o some extent we all live in the shadows and inherit the sins of our fathers. Brian Cohn is dealing with it more than most. Already managing schizophrenia inherited from his father and expecting his first child with his wife, Brian is shocked when his father confesses to the murder of numerous young girls on his death bed in an Alzheimer’s induced rant. Now struggling to rectify his memories of his father with the evidence of the evil monster he may have actually been, Brian’s life is further shook when new bodies begin to surface. The killer has returned and Brian is terrified that it might be him.