As a child, Alex Wilkerson grew up on his family's nine-hundred-acre estate near Plainfield, Connecticut. His dream had always been to just live out his life enjoying the scenic beauty of the landscape and roaming the hills, valleys, and streams of his beloved birthright. The original nine hundred acres had been in the Wilkerson family for nine generations. The property was part of a land grant to one of his great grandfathers for his participation in the Revolutionary War against England.The dream suddenly came to an end when more than half of the land owned by the Wilkerson family was taken by eminent domain. During the Cold War, the federal government acquired 775 acres of the Wilkerson's Connecticut estate for a secret military operation. Alex was enraged by the actions of the federal government for unjustly taking away his heritage.Having lost a big portion of his birthright and his direction in life, Alex closed the estate house and wandered aimlessly around the country, not knowing what it is he really wants in life. After much meditation and soul-searching, Alex decided he wanted to get revenge on the entities that unjustly took his birthright and to regain the 775 acres of land that the government took from his family.Alex set out by instigating a daring plan that would either regain the 775 acres of land or cause him to spend the remainder of his life in prison.