Two young women, Alex Chevalier and Delilah Elizabeth-Lynn Jones, have recently been admitted into a mental hospital. Not for suicidal tendencies, not for acute depression, nor severe anxiety. They've been taken for displaying irregular tendencies, Alex having expressed she could converse with animals and Delilah having shown psychic abilities. Both peculiar talents have aroused the suspicion of their guardians and those around them, landing them in captivity. The hospital, Mercy Vale, is very secluded. It is a large plain looking building with few windows. Encircling the facility is lush green grass and even a garden that grew flowers and vegetables alike. Around the expanse of green is a four meter tall, thick brick wall with sharp decorative metal spikes atop. There is one exit, a metal fence that connects to a gravel road, a pass code preventing unwanted exiting or entering. Beyond the walls is a thick redwood forest, separating the patients from the outside world. This ensures that no one can hear their screams. That's right, screams. The pretty picture on the pamphlets and well crafted lies weave the illusion of safety and well being. It could not be more wrong. Here at Mercy Vale the nurses and doctors treat their patients with little respect, using inhumane and outdated methods of treatment and more violent ways of subduing any rule breaker. Alex and Delilah hardly know they are stepping into hell.