Welcome to Windwater, Colorado, circa 1990. When you enter this territory, you take on the shape of a blurry outline on the horizon, at once eerily familiar and alien in your surroundings to any locals who mark your arrival. So Ma Fowler describes the phenomenon to Gabriel and Emmett when she and her daughters happen upon them wandering through the dry terrain on a post-college walkabout. When Ma offers lodging to the two friends in exchange for their help around her ranch, Gabriel and Emmett agree.
Soon after settling in at the Fowler ranch, Gabriel quickly realizes something strange is afoot. A recent tragedy within their host’s family laces every conversation with tension, and a slew of unsolved atrocities cropping up with increasing frequency in the Windwater community begins to close in on the isolated Fowler homestead. Will the Fowlers and their guests evade the threat rattling at their doorknob, or will they open the door and invite it in?
A neo-horror focused on the unspooling weight of isolation, grief, familial responsibility, and decision, Windwalkers will approach steadily and with little warning.