Yellow Hut

Husband and wife, Grant and Donna arrive at Yellow Hut, a small tramping hut high up in the New Zealand back country. Donna, on her first tramp, is exhausted. As they prepare to stay the night, two university students arrive. As the weather worsens, they tell of how the hut got its name. Long ago, two teenage boys had got caught out in a snow storm. One had made it to the hut but was too afraid to go back and find his friend who, lost, died in the snow. The hut is named after his cowardliness and many people believe it is still haunted by the dead boy’s ghost. They had laid his body out on the table in the hut to thaw and the drip drip of the body melting can still be heard on wild, stormy nights. A scary horror thriller!