You never know who’s living in your house.
I see you. You’re casually naming your family members, mentally ticking them off one by one. I want to stop you right there. I want to ask…who’s the person living in your house that you don’t know about?
I hear you scoff. See you shake your head. But think about it. Really think about it. What lies behind the giant grate in the wall of your kitchen? When was the last time you were in the attic? And how many of your waking hours are spent at home?
Unbeknownst to Julia Rodriguez, there is an unwelcome guest living in the house that she has recently moved into. Her new position as an assistant curator for a community youth foundation has brought her face-to-face with a group of girls rescued from a New York sex ring. Under a watchful eye, she struggles to face the horrors of her past and chart a new path forward. As she helps these girls move on with their lives, she just might find the courage to help herself.
In Ohio, a dwindling task force tracks a serial killer. John Sagan, a decorated agent with the Ohio Bureau of Investigation, has lost his family and just about his career, trying to make headway on a case that only moves when there is another murder. The killer is obsessed with skin and Polaroid pictures, leaving his victims scarred with intricate carvings of fairytale themes.