Johnny Thunder is not your typical punk rocker. Down on his luck, he is forced to take a lowly menial job in a nursing home. The hours are long and the work is grueling. Yet things go steadily downhill when our atheistic man begins to see famous ghosts lurking about the facility. The young Indian had thought when he started his punk music career. He had left his shaman past behind him forever. Yet his mystical history catches up with him with a vengeance when a number of spooks try to attack him. This includes 'The infamous Bloody Benders' and a notorious C.I.A. doctor among others. Outnumbered and outwitted, our Indian punk is ready to leave this haunted facility when a kindly preacher intervenes. The deceased reverend gently persuades him that his medium gifts may still have an important part to play in his church's holy war. Johnny is conflicted. What should he do? Take up the faithful cause? Help some nursing residents find their way home or run out while he still has a punk musician's life? At minimum wage, what can one nurse's aide really expect to do against the howling forces of evil anyway?