At the turn of the twentieth century in a remote farmhouse in Ireland, a young boy mysteriously died. Some years later his foster sister vanished without trace, taking with her a dark and sinister secret. Rosemary McGinty couldn’t see her dead son and foster daughter, but her mother’s intuition convinced her they were still close by. Her instincts had warned her about the secret, which she regretfully ignored in her lifetime. Rosemary pined daily for her lost children and when she died in 1940 and crossed over, she was shocked and horrified to see that her little ones were still trapped in the old farmhouse. Now one hundred years later, their story is being told. Rosemary searched frantically to find a way to reach from beyond the grave and connect with Sophie, a modern-day intuitive. Together they would join forces to expose the secret that held the children captive, for only then would their souls be released. This is the story of a mother’s undying love and the guilt she carried even in death. How the courage of her heart extended from the afterlife in her unrelenting quest to bring her children home to her on the other side. Author Jo Macleod has shaped this fictional tale around her own life experiences. This is their story, based on the true events of their spirit rescue.