Claudia Vázquez was born during a sinister and gloomy night in the early seventies, during the death throes of the Franco dictatorship. She did not know it yet, or perhaps she did, that from her mother’s womb, Dolores, as a fetus, would already suspect it in her first moments of life, when she went abroad: she was going to become a the first known medium and parapsychologist in Spain, having to be aware of the rejection that this strange and misunderstood profession generated in large layers of society, two decades later, during the hectic nineties in which Spain took a definitive step forward , towards modernity, definitively moving away from the dark years in which Claudia had been born.
That devilish night, signified a deep mark on her destiny, when her mother was incomprehensibly possessed until almost just the moment of delivery, which is why the nurses who attended that stormy birth, will consider, or will qualify as a miracle that the arrival at the That girl’s life had come about.
From there and, above all, with the early and sudden death of her father from a myocardial infarction, of which Claudia was a first-rate witness and for which her dreams were filled with traumatic nightmares for years and years, and she it was never the same again.
Claudia’s adolescence, who had been a model child for her mother, Dolores, became more and more problematic as, as a result of her growing friendship with a persistent repeater, a lover of the supernatural and everything she had to do with see with the gothic, Marta Minguela.
The suicide of Marta, who, moments before, had cursed Claudia, considering that she had betrayed her, having denounced her friend for being the author of the death of a gypsy during a séance, again meant a rag stab for Claudia, who felt that, as in the case of her father, she was losing someone very dear to her again.
And, from that moment, Claudia embarks on a series of trips, which lead her to live intense and chilling adventures with her boyfriend, Quique, through some of the most magical, mysterious and enigmatic places in Spain, such as the abandoned towns of Ochate and Belchite. , and the old Llano Alto tuberculosis sanatorium, converted into a youth hostel.
Thus, until reaching the final confrontation, in the house of her mother, Dolores, with the entity that had gripped and stalked Claudia for many years, much of her existence, which is none other than the demonic spirit of Martha. And when everything seemed lost with the mother and daughter about to succumb, Claudia managed to draw strength from where she did not have it, demonstrating that she had become one of the instruments of good to defeat the fearsome forces of evil.