What’s it like to awaken in Disneyland on Opening Day, 1955? The five teenagers—the Kingdom Keepers—have found out the hard way. While they search for a way back to present time and their families, a businessman bent on revenge enters the swamps of Louisiana in search of a witch doctor to help him destroy the new park. Graveyards at night, mannequins coming to life, and a group of misfits bent on sabotaging the new theme park all challenge the isolated Kingdom Keepers in both present day and past. Thrown into a world where cell phones won’t be invented for thirty years, where flashlights are the size of blow-dryers, where every girl wears a dress and the boys coats and ties, the Kingdom Keepers are truly fish out of water. Black magic proves itself as powerful a foe as any the Kingdom Keepers have ever faced. The past, though far more simple in so many ways, is still complicated and fraught with danger. While relationships tighten and allegiances strengthen within the Kingdom Keepers, the challenges facing them threaten to undo the good they have worked so hard to preserve. As the threats to Disneyland increase, the Keepers begin to wonder: if they should ever figure out how to get back to the present, will there be a Disney at all? Or has everything they’ve worked for over the past many years dissolved, like the real-life ghosts shimmering before their eyes?