Edward wakes up in a mental ward, confused of how he got there and certain of his innocence and sanity he escapes. He is in a place unfamiliar to him where no one seems to know his identity, and even he himself has no recollection of how he got to this strange town and ended up in a mental hospital of all places. As Edward tries to lay low in a hotel and gather his last memories he goes on a search to find out who he truly is what actions he must of taken to get himself into this situation. His last memory is of him and his girlfriend just buying a house together and moving in happy as can be, these flashbacks torment him as he remembers a much happier time of his life. Edward also keeps having vivid nightmares of being back in hospital, where people are sedating him as he pleads for his innocence, strapping him down to beds and keeping him locked up. All of these thoughts run through his mind and he can’t understand how everything could of changed for the worst so drastically. As his journey continues he starts to fill in the missing planks, but will finding out who he really is be too much to handle?