This is a scene from when Jesse and Winnie see each other for the first time. Winnie saw Jesse move the pebbles and then take a drink from the spring. After Winnie saw him drink the water they met each other. Winnie told Jesse she also wanted to drink the water, but Jesse would not let her. Jesse and his family all drank from the spring and now they are immortal and Jesse did not want that to happen to Winnie.
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This is when the Tuck's all meet up and have to kidnap Winnie. The Tuck's kidnap Winnie by taking her away on their horse, so they can explain to her about the spring and make sure she does not tell anyone about the spring. They told her they would only keep her that one day and would take her home in the morning.
This is the scene from when the Tucks get to their house and Winnie finds out it is not the best looking inside. She likes that they are not perfect and are kind of messy. Winnie stays with the Tuck's the rest of the day and one more day after that.
Winifred Foster Jackson
This is the scene from when Mae hits the man in the yellow suit with the back of the gun. The man in the yellow suit wants to take Winnie, in exchange for the wood, and then have the Tuck's show him where the spring is so he can sell the immortal water. Mae hits the man in the yellow suit with the back of the gun and realizes afterwards a constable was behind him, so now she has to explain what happened to the constable.
This is when Mae gets taken to prison. She ended up killing the man in the yellow suit and might of had to gone to the gallows. Winnie and Jesse met up at 12 a.m. outside of her house. They ended up prying the bars out and getting Mae out. Winnie took Mae's spot when they got her out of the cell. Thanks to the storm and what was going on outside the constable could not here Miles prying out the bars.
This is the scene from when Mae and Tuck go back and end up finding out Winnie did not drink the water and she ended up dying 2 years ago. They came back in 1950. Tuck was a little disappointed, but was happy she got to live her life. Winnie's grave said, "In Loving Memory, Winifred Foster Jackson, Dear Wife, Dear Mother, 1870-1948".