So Beaverfield is an isolated small town in a mountainous area. As everyone knows, the United States is a country that is severely affected by sectarianism. So this event takes place during the winter in Beaverfield. Finn Wheeler is an American Forest Service officer. In other words, a Ranger. So this ranger was found guilty of a minor offense and the only option he had to retain his job was to move to a difficult area. Finn gets transferred to Beaverfield. There are some issues with Beaverfield this time around.
A company called Midland Gas has proposed a project to lay a gas pipeline and supply gas to Beaverfield. While some townspeople like this project, some do not. So Sam Parker, the owner of Midland Gas, is trying to get the people to agree. This is where Finn comes to Beaverfield. On the first day at Finn Beaverfield, there was a bit of a blizzard at night. As the power goes out, the only way out of the city is blocked by an avalanche. The next morning, a city dweller appears to be in a state of panic and grief, claiming that her pet dog has been killed by a mysterious animal. Find out about this as Finn circled around the city and saw that all the generators for the city’s extra power supply had been damaged by something like the claws of an animal. Emerson Flint, a lone wolf hunter on the outskirts of the city, is accused of sabotage.
Together, it’s largely due to Finland’s strange behavior and his lack of friendship with anyone in town. Meanwhile, Finn unexpectedly finds the body of Dave Sherman, who was recently reported missing from Beaverfield, adding to the horror of the series. According to Dr. Ellis of Beaverfield, Dave was killed by a wolf. Her final conclusion is that one of the townspeople is a was wolf. With the revelation of this terrifying creature, the townspeople all panic. But if a beaver actually stays in Beaverfield, will he have another precious opportunity to hunt Beaverfield city dwellers like this snowy night? So how can Finn and his team escape this menace?