The streets of Boston aren’t known for their safety. People disappear every day. Despite all of that, were you to walk up to the average Bostonian and tell them vampires walked the streets, or about Red Hook Lane, or about any number of other strange occurrences, they would call you crazy. What if I were to tell you that you weren’t crazy? That vampires do walk the streets, and there is a lane haunted by the ghost of a former privateer? Well, that’s the truth. There’s another side to Boston that most don’t see, the supernatural side.
Inside, we follow the exploits of a number of members of the supernatural community, some knowingly, some not so much. We’ll be following Aya, a scion of the White Court of vampires, though they’d prefer not to admit it, Dr. Grant Sawyer, a professor at M.I.T. looking to determine the laws of magic, Eoghan O’Reilly, who doesn’t know why these strange events keep occurring, Gale McCullen, a detective who’s fate is sealed, and that really pisses him off, Jenny Agis, who’s just trying to be a lawyer while the world seems insistent on making life more difficult and Richard Codak, a sorcerer who uses algorithms to work his magic.