Hotel Beau Séjour. Kato, covered in blood, wakes up without any recollection of what happened the night before. Moreover, nobody seems to see or hear her. Slowly it sinks in: she's dead.
Who did this to her? And how come a handful of people can still see her, as if she's among the living? Why them specifically? In her search to uncover the truth Kato will discover that a lot of secrets lie dormant under the surface of her supposedly peaceful village community.
After finding her own bloody corpse in a hotel bath, Kato slowly realizes that she's dead -- yet a handful of people can still see and hear her.
As federal authorities arrive to investigate her death, Kato looks for clues and identifies the five people who can inexplicably still see her.
While Schneider expands the investigation, Kato and Charlie manipulate the police into searching the Hotel Beau Séjour for evidence.
Kato discovers a crucial detail about the night of her death, and Schneider looks for clues in a cold case with striking parallels to Kato's murder.
After the police focus their suspicions on a mysterious motorcyclist, Kato works to track down a dangerous drug dealer connected to her death.
Kato suspects the "seers" of harboring secrets about the night she died. Schneider's investigation faces a betrayal from inside the department.
Kato makes an unnerving discovery about the night of the festival. The police use DNA to make an arrest, but a leaked sex tape leads to more violence.
As the town reels from further tragedy, Schneider searches for a connection to Kato's murder, and one of the "seers" makes a dramatic confession.
While Schneider harbors doubts about the confession, Alexander makes a discovery and Kato enlists Ines to help her draw out a cryptic online admirer.