In 1941, the Japanese-American community of San Pedro experience horror. And that was even before Pearl Harbor.
SAUNA (2008) is a horrific slice of history that explores how sin destroys those who’ve lived their lives at war.
Jack and Susan go with Ernest and Maggie to the desert to camp. But Ernest has more psychedelic plans for himself and Jack.
Crozier finds Terror Camp is devolving into chaos. A mutiny may be rearing its head.
Crozier orders the ships abandoned, then the crews travel to setup at Terror Camp on King William Island.
Cmdr. Fitzjames – in the absence of Crozier, drying out his alcoholism – must manage decaying rations and an antsy crew.
Crozier’s crew are deteriorating, both mentally and physically. Just like Hickey and his party, in much worse ways.
Crozier is taken back to Hickey’s mutineer camp, where he must try to save himself and as many of his remaining men as possible.
Another attack of the beast occurs. Goodsir learns more Inuktitut, and also finds more problems with the canned provisions.
Francis Crozier must now lead the ill-fated Arctic expedition, as more corpses turn up, and some of the men blame Lady Silence.
Crozier and Sir John butt heads worse than ever. Gibson has further troubles with Hickey.
Something appears on the ice when a crew scouts out leads. Hickey and Gibson are caught breaking rules. Crozier and Franklin butt heads.