The episode opens on an Uber driver trying (and failing) to locate Camp Redwood because the road is no longer accessible. The passenger (Finn Wittrock) decides to walk the rest of the way and ignores the “Keep Out” sign as he enters the premises, which look like a low-key ghost town.
When the stranger stumbles upon Montana (Billie Lourd), she raves about his smartphone before demanding to know his intentions. He says he’s on a mission to find out what happened to his father and then reveals his name: Bobby Richter (aka Mr. Jingles’s son).
Montana shows him to the cabin, and Bobby wastes no time asking questions. In particular, he can’t get over the fact that Montana is alive. You see, he did his research on Camp Redwood and knows that Montana died back in the ’80s
When Trevor (Matthew Morrison) joins them in the cabin, Bobby is even more overwhelmed.
“This doesn’t make any sense,” he says.
Montana explains that Mr. Jingles came to Camp Redwood to avenge Bobby’s mom’s death. Although Mr. Jingles returned as a ghost, he hasn’t been seen since 1989.
“Dark forces took him away,” she says. “Last time I saw him, he was dragged into the lake.”
Montana goes on to say that everything changed after Margaret’s music festival in 1989.