Cabin 28

Synopsis: Suspense and screams abound in this shocking true story based on the most infamous unsolved murder case in American history. On April 11th 1981, Sue Sharp and her family are enjoying their stay at Cabin 28 in the peaceful holiday resort of Keddie. But a day of fun at the remote getaway turns into a heart stopping nightmare as nightfall brings masked strangers to the Cabin. A brutal battle for survival leaves several members of the family dead and one missing. An extensive Police investigation follows but no one is convicted of the crime. Now, over thirty years later, Cabin 28 finally gives up its deadly secret.
Genre: Horror
83 min


We got a serious matter on our hands here,

three murders and a missing girl.

Right, yeah, so I hear.

Terrible thing, that,

just, uh, just terrible.

I'm interested in your

whereabouts that evening,

anything you might've seen

or heard, that type of thing.

So I know you mentioned to the officers

that you were at the bar with your wife.

Was anyone else there?

My buddy, Bo.

From what I understand, he used

to run with the Candy Bandits Gang.

I mean, are you comfortable with

bringin' a guy like that into this town?

We've all made mistakes, Deputy.

As far as I can tell, he regrets his past.

A lot of us do.


Here we go!

- Mom?

- Hmm.

Why did we move here?

You haven't figured that out yet.

Do you want to go back to the trailer?


It's just this town.

Well, you're almost 18.

You'll be old enough to leave then.

You're gonna kick me out?

You know what I've been through.

I'm the only one that does know!

You should trust me to do the right thing.

For all of us!

Boys, stop it!

Get inside.


Got room for one more, neighbor?

Justin, did you

bring your magic kit today?

Ah, well Ricky and Greg are here.

I bet they'd love to

see your latest tricks.

Come on in!

How, uh, how do

you manage all those kids?

Years of practice, huh.

Johnny and the girls, they

usually fend for themselves.

It's those two I have to keep an eye on.

Hmm... Hey, um,

and I don't mean to, uh,

overstep boundaries here,

but all the time you've been here,

you've never mentioned their dad...

We separated a while ago.

Oh, sorry to hear that.

Things just weren't working out.


You can't help someone that's drowning.

They're just gonna pull you down with them.

Eventually I asked

myself, do I sink or swim?

You all right?

I'm fine.

Is my wife here?

She's inside.


You come here now.

I feel kinda bad about what happened.

You feel bad about it?

Well, yeah, that's my wife.

Now, that might not be

the perfect marriage,

but I'm tryin' to make that work.

You got that?


Hmm, oh, I wish my baggage gave me so much,

uh, I don't know, clarity.

Well, maybe don't think of it as baggage.

Call it "life experiences."

Yeah, well, if life keeps

going the way it's going...

I'm gonna have to swim away myself.

You tell your mom?




I just wanna make sure you're all right.

I am.

I guess when we say yes to someone,

we say yes to all their problems.

Don't I know it.

He's always had a

bit of devil in him, you know?

Mmm, I'm sure that's what

attracted me to begin with,

but now since Bo's been

staying with us, hmm...

Now, I'll go see my wife.

You just, uh, you carry

on with the porch now.

Good girl.

Well, speak of the devil!

Good afternoon, ladies. Sorry, I,

I didn't to mean to interrupt

your little chat, now.

Got my buddy, Bo, here, Sue.

He's got a real nice surprise for you.


What are you doing here?

I told you I'd be home later.

Oh, come on, I just wanna

spend all the time I can

with my beautiful wife, now.

Yeah, of course.

We're all gonna go to the

bar for a drink. Sue, uh...

Would you like to join us?

Oh, I'm sorry, Bo, I

gotta look after the kids.

Let's go.

- Oh, come on now!

- Come on, let's go!

You, go!

Uh, I'll just leave these here.

Thanks, Bo.


Sue, um, thank you.

I'll see you in the morning, yeah?

Hey, what were you two

talking about back there?

Chit-chat, nothing major.

Bullshit. I heard my name being mentioned.

Yeah, you're my husband.

I can't talk about you?

No, you cannot.

You don't mention my name to

that woman, you understand?

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