A boy who communicates with spirits that don't know they're dead seeks the help of a disheartened child psychologist.
Dr. Malcolm Crowe, a prominent child psychiatrist, returns home with his wife, Anna Crowe, from an event. His former patient, Vincent Grey, breaks into their house and shoots Malcolm and himself
I don't want to be afraid no more.
Crowe begins working with 9-year-old Cole Sear. Cole exhibits many of the same symptoms as Grey did,and Crowe feels that if heis able tohelp Cole it will atone for his failure with Grey.
I see dead people.
After a while, Cole finally admits his secret to Crowe. Crowe finds it difficult to believe at first but changes his mind later.
Crowe comes up with a theory: the ghosts want something, and if Cole listens to them, they will leave him alone, Cole is terrified but he tests Malcolm's theory. Crowe was right.
Empowered now by his ability to use his gift to positive effect, Cole confesses his ability to his mother, Lynn
Grandma comes to visit me sometimes.
His faith in himself now restored as a result of his success with Cole, Crowe returns to his home, where he finds his wife sleeping on the couch, watching their old wedding video. It is then revealed that Crowe himself has in fact been dead all along, having died the night that Vincent shot him.
You were never second. Ever. I love you.
Malcolm, why did you leave me?
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