In Nancy’s youth she and her husband Hank had run away from their small town in Kentucky. It was an attempt to forget their small town roots and Nancy’s native american heritage. The two went to college to earn their degrees; Nancy studied research biology and Hank engineering. Both were very successful in their careers but eventually they both decided that being surrounded by family and the small-town lifestyle would be the perfect place to continue raising their children.
While Hank’s job as an engineer is in high demand, Nancy had to give up her career so they could make the move back home. They thought they would be in a country paradise, but were soon faced with strange events that began plaguing their homestead. It began with finding rocks on the roof of their home, strange formations in their yard and not being able to plant any vegetation around their yard are the beginning peculiar and odd signs of a unknown presence that Nancy began using her expertise to try and explain. The more Nancy concentrates on the evidence the more she realizes that this is something that will reconnect her to her Native American roots. She soon finds that this presence is dangerous to her children, family and maybe even her small town. She soon finds herself in a struggle to understand whats going on and a fight to survive against this unknown force.
The deeper she studies into this the more she realizes that she needs the help of a local tribesman named Hopi to help her discover this strange world. She discovers that what she once thought were old wise tales told by her grandmother were in fact warnings that Nancy had brushed off, but now they turn from myth to reality to her and her family. Creatures who would learn the names of their victims, and mimic those they love to cal them into unsuspecting traps.
Nancy’s family learns how to live their lives around the both strange and unpredictable nature of this presence, until they suffer a great loss. Hank and Nancy’s friends and family rally around them, but can’t allow them to be honest of what they are experiencing Hank finds himself with only one loyal friend named Tyler who knows what Hank and Nancy are experiencing, but at a more personal cost; He lost a child to similar events.
After suffering a unforgivable loss, Hank and Tyler ready themselves to launch a attack on this malicious entity only to see how dark and sinister the nature of these natives. The pair suffer a loss that sends them to the emergency room of the small town, due to the nature of the loss they are forced to make up a story just to get their wounds mended, Hank returns home to find that there is actually more than one force at work. A show down takes place at the core of the strange occurrences, Nancy and hanks home. It becomes evident that what they are dealing with are in fact two very different tribes; one seeking blood and dominance and the other seeking to be left in hidden solitude. What will come in the strange new world of languages intrigue and culture that has been laid at Nancy’s doorstep?