Paul tells his story as we go into flashback. He has taken up residence in a mansion, and is enjoying his little corner of it. A little handle reveals a hidden box with a secret in it. He’s there to write his novel, but his girlfriend is disappointed by his lack of progress. What does she think about his lavish surroundings? She prophecy’s that he’ll never finish his novel if he stays.
Strange music is heard that gets into Paul’s head, and as his love for his new place grows, Elsie becomes more remote. . What’s wrong with the place? Why does Elsie seem so accident prone when she visits? Ghostly apparitions make Paul almost believe in Elsie’s concerns.
After being troubled and walking the streets all night, Paul returns home to find his bed slept in… could it be Goldilocks? I wonder if he’s also missing any porridge, or has a broken chair.
His concerns make him ask about what happened to the previous resident. An artist who was found dead of starvationm but a large sum in his bank account. A supernatural hold takes control of Paul, and he begins to look for the ghostly appearance of his beckoning fair one to appear to him again. Can anyone break the spell, and take him out of his inward spiral into the realm of the house, his novel, and his beckoning fair one?? What will happen to Paul if nobody intervenes to get him out? What’ll happen to him if they try?