Can a psychic lead police to a body so that they can convict a cold-blooded killer? Rosa Talamantes goes out for a drink with her boyfriend and never returns. This isn't a missing-person case; Rosa has five children at home and never leaves them alone. Martin Ruiz is a detective from a nearby town and a relative of Rosa's: he's determined to crack the case for Rosa's children. The investigation leads in one direction, to Rosa's boyfriend Jos . There's one problem, police can't find the body and therefore can't tie Jos to the case. Martin decides to consult psychic Dr. Sally Headding, who sees Rosa's body in a ditch, her throat cut and lying in a fetal position. She also tells Martin that a passerby will discover the body. Shortly after, a farmer working in his field, comes across Rosa's body. When police get to the scene, the body is just as Dr. Headding had described it. The forensic evidence seals Jos 's fate and confirms he's Rosa's killer.