As a young, ambitious journalist, Christie Davis takes on the time-consuming writing of an article about the difficult everyday life of ordinary policemen. So that the cherished essay came out more believable purposeful girl begins to cooperate with the brave detective Rooney, who is a legend of the local slaughter department.
At the next exit, the couple discovers a tortured corpse of an unknown, on the bloody body of the deceased is found a barbarously cut, mysterious letter. Having checked dilapidated buildings adjacent to the place of cruel crime, the inquisitive Rooney discovers new, extraordinary evidence. The insidious killer, as if playing with the law enforcement officers, left a certain cipher hidden in a careless image of the gallows, hastily painted on a dilapidated wall. The identified set of numbers ridiculously coincides with the sequence numbers of the tokens of the harsh detective and his retired colleagues. Trying in vain to guess the difficult riddle of the message, the adamant policeman forcibly asks for help from Archer, who is in undisturbed resignation. The new trinity begins to unravel an unusual crime, filled with obvious mysticism of mystery.