Glen Murdock was a widower, lived alone, and followed a routine. His life consisted of numbers. He had completed an entire career of teaching accounting at the community college, and he still did the taxes for a few long-term clients. Numbers, he understood. He didn't gamble and now everything he had, his house and car, was paid for, and he lived off his retirement with a cushion in the bank. A good life, right? So what could possibly happen?