The death of famous artist Saeful Djamil’s wife, draws Prista’s attention. She is a reporter of Mystery magazine, who is assigned to cover the accident. At the time of taking pictures at the scene of the accident, Prista startles when she sees something strange on her pictures. There is a shadow of an old blond granny.
Prista is curious to know what is behind the mystery of accidents that often occur in the KM 97 Cipularang toll way. Prista finds some haunted places around the village. She also experiences the terror of blond hair granny that she saw in her camera. Her friend Dona is also almost became a victim when crossing the crash site. She is bullied by a ghost who follows to her house. Prista’s sister is also terrorized by the ghost.
Prista’s confusion begins to subside when she meets with Nurdin, the son of Mrs Songka, the village elder of Darang and Cipularang. Nurdin’s attitude is opposite to her mother. Nurdin is pious, while his mother embraces cult. Mrs Songka and his group often provide sacrificial rituals to reject disaster against Darang and Cipularang.