On a cold Saturday morning in Dillsboro, NC (December 30, 1882), an accident occurred which the Raleigh Observer would call “the most awful that has happened in any of the public works of this state.” It involved the drowning of 19 convicts in the Tuckaseigee River.
"No, see, you don't understand.This is River seeing her father for the first time since their time in New York when he was zapped back in time by the Weeping Angels. River got to say goodbye to her mother before she followed the same fate, but her father? No. There was no goodbye. That probably hurt River so much. More than she ever let anyone know." That hurts. A lot.