Lhorn opens with a group of modern day teenagers arriving at a house in the countryside. The house, we learn, belongs to the parents of one of the kids, who then decide to bring his friends along to do something with the house. On their first night at the house, the bookworm of the group tells them stories about ghosts that are said to reside in different parts of the countryside. Its campfire tales, Thai style. Except there isnt a campfire, and these guys are much too old to be just sitting around reading from a book.