The Stone case gripped the nation fifteen years ago when four-year-old Elizabeth Stone disappeared from her bed while her father, Lucas, was away on business and her mother, Stephanie, was asleep in the other room. A surprising lack of suspects and evidence made the case go cold after a few months, leaving her parents without answers about what happened to their little girl. Almost fifteen years to the day, Stephanie received the phone call that changed everything. The caller claimed to be their missing child.
Ayano Jones is a psychic medium who works with Special Agent Lucien Sanders on strange cases. The pair have been on loan to a tiny precinct that has fallen behind on cold cases for a while, and while Lucien was quick to adapt and make friends within the precinct, Ayano finds herself at the butt of every joke and every barb thrown out. When they're given the Stone case, Ayano isn't thrilled to go against her "no children" rule, but she realizes she has no choice in the matter.
With Ayano and Lucien's reputations on the line, they must work out what's true and what's not. The pair soon finds themselves trying to work out what's real and what's a lie as secrets start to surface. All secrets are coming into the light, no matter how deeply buried that they have been. Ayano is trying to keep buried all the secrets about her past, but will they stay buried? Will they find out what really happened to Elizabeth, or is this going to be their final case?