Shortly after moving into their new home, Sarah’s four-year-old son Dylan passed away. His tragic death has taken a heavy toll on Sarah’s marriage and she’s been self-medicating with booze. So when startling things begin to happen—a toy moves on its own, strange lights appear in her backyard—Sarah assumes she drank too much. But when she sees Dylan in his bedroom window, skepticism gives way to certainty: her little boy is unable to cross over.
Dylan isn’t the only ghost haunting Sarah’s home. There are others, women whose gruesome wounds evince unnatural deaths. These visitants bestow an unusual gift: a roll of film with clues about the deceased and their motives. If Sarah can identify the vaguely familiar women in the photographs and determine their connection to her family, she believes she can help the restless spirits…and her son…find peace.
But Sarah’s husband can’t bear to stay any longer in the house where their son died. When he reveals his recent business trip was a ruse, an opportunistic ploy to seek out new employment elsewhere, Sarah faces a difficult choice. If she stays to investigate the hauntings, she’ll lose the man she loves. But if she leaves, her little boy will remain trapped between worlds forever.