"A country charmer," the ad calls it. "Secluded but accessible." But this white bungalow is no ordinary house. It may look perfectly nice, with its picket fence and quaint path, but within it lurks a horror few could imagine. Behind its neatly painted white walls, the house conceals secrets far better left unrevealed. Katherine Nichols thinks the house will be perfect for her. She's looking forward to a little seclusion, to being able to work -- to living alone. It isn't long, though, before she realizes she isn't alone after all. Soon she discovers the evil that lives in the house. Evil that has survived for nearly a century. Evil that lives ... and hates.