Rebecca Barnes-Cabot (Amy Tiehel) used to be a twin. She and her sister, Rosie went to stay with their alcoholic and sometimes abusive grandfather after their mother's death. When they were ten-years-old, Rosie went missing...and never returned. It has long been suspected that their grandfather, Meryl Barnes (Tim Field), was responsible for little Rosie's disappearance.
Meryl Barnes has died and Rebecca, recently separated from her husband, is headed back to the place she spent her dark childhood. A place she hasn't seen in over fifteen years. The last place she remembers seeing her twin sister alive.
Accompanying Rebecca on the trip, are her children, 13 year-old Jessie (Stephanie Hullar) and 12 year-old Alex (Alec Hogan). She plans only to stay long enough to bury her grandfather and to settle his estate, of which she is expected to share a large portion, along with her uncle, Liam Barnes (Rob Lanza).
Almost immediately the family experiences strange events. Phones don't work, the house has a strange odor, the townsfolk are distant and eerily standoffish, the children grow increasingly unhappy and withdrawn, and Rebecca is plagued by nightmares of her missing sister. And things get worse from there. Rebecca's one saving grace is a man by the name of Owen Miller (Jesse Buschini) whom she first encounters on the drive up when she sees him hitchhiking on the side of the road. Turns out, he also grew up in town and knows of her family. Together they try to unravel the mystery of what is really going on.
Is grandpa Barnes back from the dead? Are Rebecca's frightening nightmares a warning from her dead twin sister? Or is there something else behind the strange happenings?