In March 1984, the Wind Blown, a commercial fishing boat, left Montauk Harbor on what should have been a routine voyage. Its four-man crew, two locals, and two sons of the wealthy gentry that make up the Hampton's tony summer population, had no idea they would soon be facing hurricane-force winds as a Nor'easter put them in a fight for their lives. Sadly, it was a fight they lost. Neither the boat nor the bodies were ever recovered. Amanda Fairbanks recounts the lead-up to the tragedy and delves into questions that have haunted the community for more than thirty years.