I remember how my grandmother used to tell me stories about Al Nadaha, that stunningly beautiful woman with long black hair flowing down her back who waits by the Nile for the unfortunate souls who dare to wander there at night. She would call them by their first name in an alluring and hypnotizing, soft voice, they follow it to the river where they would meet their dreadful fates. A man who is called by Al Nadaha usually gets killed, and his body would be found floating on the water the next morning while others disappeared into thin air and their bodies were never found, it's believed that she took them to her world, but there are a few who lived to see the sun of another day but unfortunately, they became mentally deranged, as if what they saw was more than their minds could take.
Layla Al-Masry is a pharmacist with a hope to be a successful writer. She writes short horror stories, and articles about supernatural creatures in a renowned magazine and one day, the chief editor asks her to write an article about Al Nadaha, that urban legend that used to terrorize generations.
Layla starts digging for information with a help of a journal she found, but she never imagined that it could lead to that many horrifying incidents.
"Monsters are real, and ghosts are real too. They live inside us, and sometimes they win."