Always present, always watching.  The Tall Man comes for your daughters. What to do when you have given yourself over to the Tall Man, and then you have a daughter of your own?  You disappear.

Once upon a time there were three bored school girls enticed into giving their secret selves over to the urban legend of The Tall Man.  All thought they were special, but perhaps some of them were just buying into the theatre of it all about being ‘chosen’ by a spectral figure who needed impressionable acolytes to believe in him.  Sadie Banner knows better. The Tall Man is real, and he will come for her and her daughter.  Best that Sadie leave her family behind and try to take the attention of the Tall Man with her.

All the world seems to love a pretty killer, and no more so than the world of social media.  Tasked to film and eke what it makes the infamous Amber Banner tick, documentary makers are finding it difficult to get the very self-aware Amber open up on camera.  Amber knows that right now she is a very marketable commodity, and this is real opportunity to tell her own story.  But does Amber truly believe in the Tall Man, or not?  No one in Amber’s orbit is quite sure.

Year of Publication
Review The Tall Man, Phoebe Locke
Andrea Thompson
Saturday, August 18, 2018

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