Not since Watergate had there been such a scandal. Minergate was what all the papers called it. Political careers were destroyed, corporations went under, and the nation could talk about nothing else. Ten years later, everyone still has questions. What will happen to the top-notch reporters who broke "the Watergate of the 90s?" Why did they suddenly disappear? Who was their source, their "Deep Throat?" In the hot, steaming summer of 1997 in Hagerstown, MD, one young man vows to find the answers, and two reporters who thought the scandal had long been buried find out that there is nothing as dangerous as a determined intern.