Victor Robinson moves into a new country home with his family. Their son, Jesse, discovers an old Edison invention. When they turn on the machine, they start to here kids playing and laughing. Their autistic daughter, Meaghan, starts to be painting and singing like never before, weird events take place in the house, and a strange figure is burned into the grass. They believe Meaghan is receiving messages from the unsolved murder years before. Even worse, one of the Robinson's neighbors is a child murderer; the spirits of the children must make them self known before he strikes again Written by
Samuel Gillman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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One of Meaghan's pictures is scribbled over with pain in one scene. In the next scene, Victor has the painting, perfect and untouched. See more