It's 4:00 in the afternoon on November 30th, a special hour in the
history of Franklin, Tennessee. Three strangers, who are at an age planning
for retirement, and coming from different directions, are thrown together by
an inexplicable happening. They don't know what it means, are puzzled
by the fact they are the only ones involved, and further confounded when
horsemen appear who are amazingly reflective of Confederate cavalrymen.
There has to be a reason for all of this, but unraveling the mystery
isn't easy. It becomes a challenge that must be met, with efforts to do so
leading to a riddle . . . a riddle but not a game. WE THREE KINGS
weaves its way through the vagaries of the riddle, which are as clear as the
fog that envelopes the area, until it arrives at not only a solution, but also the
revelation that the happening might be the most significant in 2000 years.
The solution is a call to action, an action that will commit the three
for the rest of their days.