The Beacon Apartments seemed charming enough when Bryn and Paul Shaw moved in, hoping to rebuild their lives following the presumed drowning of their young son. But a boy on the run from his abusive father had plummeted to his death down the murky shaft of the building’s wrought iron elevator. Bryn soon became involved in the mystery behind his death, hoping that if she freed the boy’s spirit, he could relay a message to her own dead son. What Bryn didn’t know was that another spirit haunted the building, one dead set against her plan.

Sound like a plot of a horror movie? That’s what Dallas lawyer Sally C. Helppie thought, so she produced it.

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