That said, the plot's crap. Candice Hilligoss plays Mary, a young blonde who miraculously escapes from a car that's fallen off a bridge and into a river after a drag race. She leaves town shortly after the accident to take a job as a church organist in Utah, but something's wrong: While on the road and in her new city she has visions of a man (played by Harvey himself) with a ghostly face and dark scary eyes. That freaks out Mary quite enough, but she also discovers that she occasionally becomes invisible to those around her, and that she's strangely compelled to visit an abandoned amusement park by a lake, populated by more ghouls. Despite the best efforts of the church priest (Art Ellison) and her would-be hepcat neighbor, John (Sidney Berger), Mary slowly loses it, propelling the film to its way-creepy twist ending - whose logic completely collapses under the weight of two seconds of thought.
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