Astrophysicist Professor Manheimer is intrigued by the striking parallels between the sister of his client Ted Forsythe and a bride who perished with her new husband in the Great Fire of London on September 2, 1666. As he investigates the possibility that Pamela Forsythe may be the modern incarnation of the doomed bride Emily Anne, he discovers disturbing coincidences, such as similarities between an antique stone mirror in a Manhattan boutique and the couple’s ancient tombstone, the frequent unexplained appearances of a man in strange garb, and Pamela’s uncanny recurring dreams. The professor confides to Ted that the DNA evidence points to Pamela as the re-embodiment of Emily Anne, and that she may be predestined to join her beloved Jeremiah in death. On the anniversary of the tragic fire, Pamela dons an antique wedding gown, enters the fitting room, and vanishes. Ancient superstition and modern science clash in this chilling tale of doomed romance, reincarnation, and 21st-century technology.