widower Ned Stokes is new to the Golden Years Senior Care facility. He
doesn't know that lunch ends at two -- sharp -- or that his neighbors
don't like noise, or that you never, ever go to the ward. No one has ever
come back from the ward. Stokes dismisses the widespread rumor that the
place is haunted by ghosts. Even as the residents die off one by one,
Stokes won't buy into any talk of spirits stealing souls. He points out
the obvious: dying is what happens to the old and sick. And who else lives
in this place but the old and sick? Fear creeps into Stokes, however, when
his teenage grand-daughter -- the one person he cherishes most in this
world -- makes a reckless, life-altering decision. Realizing he's the only
one who can save his grand-daughter, Stokes tries to reach her, but
suffers a crippling injury that subsequently lands him in the ward.
Ultimately, Stokes is forced to not only confront his mortality, but a
very real ghost from his past.