A sleepy small town in the American Southwest, Santa Bianca sits alone and unknown in an expanse of peaceful desert.
With a population of about 5,600, it's not on most maps. To most, it would seem that this town is nothing more than a stop to be bypassed during a road trip.
However, to residents of Santa Bianca, something is off. Maybe it's the way no one leaves empty seats in their car when they drive after dark, or how the world seemed to hold its breath after old man Edmond's death. Maybe it's the feeling some people get when they walk past the arcade, as the statue out front seems to watch them past. Or perhaps, it's the collective over active imagination of a small town.