Isaac wakes in a room inside Little Jolly, an old mental asylum that holds a handful of patients. He can’t remember anything of what happened to him or what got him thrown into this place. Soon, he learns he was the victim of a brutal accident that stole his memory. Followed by this revelation is an odd warning: don’t try to escape or he’ll end up like “Old Johnny.”
Day after day, Isaac submits to therapies and medications. He meets his fellow residents—some friendly, some not, some miserable, and some completely insane. Two particular residents haunt him the most: a little girl and a tall clown. He feels their mysterious presence everywhere and hears their eerie voices in every room. Who are they? What is their story?
For Isaac, the so-called fun has just begun as he begins to realize the full ramifications of his sentence and the horrific truths lurking in every corner of the asylum. As time passes, he might as well not have been warned. Escape was never an option.