It is 1780 in the Buford battlefield. After British soldiers find a boy wounded and dying, they do not provide him with peace. Urged on by the malevolent spirit, the British torture the boy, leaving him to lie unnoticed and unburied for years. His only monument will be the barn that is erected one day over his bones—the future haunt of the demon known as Lerajie.
Over two hundred years later, Karen Hedrick finds her young daughter lying in shock on her barn floor and a strange, green-clad figure seemingly standing in the corner. After she scoops her daughter up and flees, the sheriff’s department begins investigating. As a complex puzzle unfolds without a clue in sight, Karen’s husband suddenly turns up dead in a parking lot with a pair of binoculars around his neck and a deceased dog in the trunk of his car. After the investigation leads to nowhere, a university research team eventually begins investigating supernatural occurrences in the area. But what no one knows is that a determined demon has claimed the former battlefield as his home and is using the innocent to perpetuate evil.
In this riveting tale, a demon brought to life during the Revolutionary War reigns terror on a modern community some two hundred years later.