Retracing the steps of their honeymoon, John and his bride revisit a quaint old curio shop in Chinatown. A after 20 years it looks virtually unchanged. What should they pick up as a souvenir? A rose crystal bell seems to be the thing, and the warning of a ccurse it has on it only drives the sale.
To prevent evil, the old shop owner had removed the clapper of the bell, so only a flat tone ever comes from
it. Will the bride fix it up to make the bell ring properly? How bad can that little old evil curse be?
As John returns to his practice as a brain surgeon, death seems to mysteriously be near when the bell rings. Does the bell really have the power to determine who is cured, or comes back from a near death situation? How will the evil in the bell be appeased, to stop its reign of the deadly curse?