Roy and Liz Catlin take a week's holiday to visit Jacob Shaefer's funfair, and their young deaf daughter Rowena forms an unlikely bond with Jane, the fair's Red Indian fortune teller. Jane also does plenty of carving for the fair, fashioning the Punch and Judy dolls and the horses on the rides. She realises that evil forces are mounting and that something terrible is about to happen, but she fails to understand that it is through her and her carvings that her grandmother's curse on the white people will be fulfilled.
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