The murder of 8-year-old Susan Nason goes unsolved for nearly 20 years, until one day in 1989 when her childhood friend remembers witnessing the crime.
George Franklin becomes the first person to be charged with murder based on a repressed memory. His accuser: his own daughter.
During the trial, Franklin family members testify about the abuse they endured as children as all their darkest secrets become public knowledge.
As women across the country start to remember their own traumatic repressed memories, a surprising phone call changes everything as the trial continues.