Chester and Luz must face Yuko one final time— in this world, and the next.
Chester and Luz go to every length to escape Yuko. But it’s never enough.
Chester searches for his lost other half. Yuko keeps on searching for him, too.
Chester tries to escape. Back at the camp, a brutal tragedy occurs.
Yuko’s tortured past is revealed
Chester meets a POW in the jungle, who may be a yurei, while other Japanese Americans face bureaucratic humiliation in the camp.
In the jungle with the U.S. Army, Chester begins to see the yurei may actually be following him.
Yuko takes a new victim, then sets her eyes on yet another.
After Pearl Harbor, Japanese Americans are taken to the camps, and there the obake continue to haunt the community.
In 1941, the Japanese-American community of San Pedro experience horror. And that was even before Pearl Harbor.
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Crozier finds Terror Camp is devolving into chaos. A mutiny may be rearing its head.