In 1809 famine covered the villages in Crow Valley. No one knew the cause. Some said the soil had become defiled. Others blamed the infamous curse. No matter the cause, all suffered the hardship, except for the Brown Family. Their farm flourished and seemed unaffected. The family claimed it was a secret fertilizer they made themselves. Jeb Brown, the patriarch, had a shop in the village where he and his wife sold scarecrows to other farmers, claiming it would help. As time went by, travelers and even some villagers began to disappear. Rumors swirled around the Brown family and their scarecrows. Whispers about the scarecrows hunting and killing people, standing guard over the farm spread throughout the village. Were these scarecrows the true secret to the Brown's bountiful harvest?