For the first episode, two ghost stories from California and another from Texas are explored. In the first story, a female stockperson in Toys R Us in San Jose, California is frightened from her job in the storeroom. Her supervisor doesn't know what to make of it until her other employees tell their stories. Two of the employees discover the ghost could be Yonny Yonson, a working immigrant who died when the property was still the Old Murphy Ranch. Yonny was in love with the daughter of his boss, but she rejected him. He died in an accident with an axe while chopping wood. Unsure what to do, the Toys R Us employees call in renowned psychic Sylvia Brown who tries to send Yonny's spirit to the light, but it's quite obvious he won't leave.
In the second story, attorney Alan May investigates the ghost of Kate Morgan at the Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego, California. When he discovers he has the wrong room because the rooms were renumbered in the past, he tracks down Kate's real room and encounters her spirit and lives through a place memory of her murder. Through research, he discovers Kate's real name was Lottie Bernard and her son might have been his own ancestor.
In the last segement, men tearing down an old school are scared by voices and images of young ghost as well as experience eqipment problems. The foreman is losing time and money so he gets a psychic to deal with the problem and things seem to get better. One of the workmen start getting feeling that the ghosts are back but is ordered back to work. When a wall falls the wrong way, he gets killed. The foreman vows to destroy the school, but they never completely go away. When he reburies a tree from the site in his daughter's yard, his son-in-law reports hearing the sounds of happy children coming from it.