Letting them in was his way out, but he was not alone. Tim lives as a shut-in. Except for visits from his psychologist he has successfully cut himself off from the outside world. When he learns he will be evicted from the sanctuary he has created, the very fabric of his sanity begins to tear. Strange things begin to happen, as the pressure of re-engaging with the outside mounts. Is he imagining these events, as stress wreaks havoc on his fracturing psyche? Or is reality grimmer; is he haunted by a sinister presence which preys upon those trying to help him?