As the episode opens our heroes find themselves on patrol in a local graveyard taking out some fresh vamps. Other than a lucky punch to Lauriel’s face, the vampires are quickly dusted. The next day at Valleyview High School the gang hears about a curfew being put into place due a string of local disappearances. Other than the curfew the school seems to be relatively normal. Some of the jocks obligatorily give Miles a hard time but his friends are there for him in a pinch. On their way home, the gang comes across a series of missing children posters for Timothy King, Carl Dalton, and Anabelle Stevens. Something strikes the team as unusual about the disappearances so they decide to investigate. Neil and Miles head to his place to scour the ‘net for information. Meanwhile Sally and Lauriel head to the library to research the old fashioned way. Miles finds a pattern to the disappearances while the others find the two most likely places to investigate: an abandoned warehouse and Valleyview Junkyard. After much debate, the team heads to the junkyard which seems to be rife with mystical energy. Miles touches the fence to pick up on any impressions left behind and is struck with a vision of a strange artifact and some demonic creature. One of the older siblings of one of the missing children, Rick Dalton has come into the junkyard in search of the missing children. What he and the gang don’t know is the junkyard is lousy with hellhounds. After Neil takes Rick to safety, the team manages to dispatch the hellhounds and find the manager’s office at the junkyard. At the junkyard they find the classic blacked out pedo-van which has a Las Vegas plate and a business card for Red Jack Casino inside. The office looks to be a vamp nest and an eager Miles bursts in to find the vamps playing cards. He quickly uses his magic to knock over the table as he turns to run. Miles is nearly choked to death by the lead vamp who is “disarmed” by Neil. The team makes quick work of the vamps. Miles then discovers a clue, a parchment with a drawing of the artifact from Miles’ vision.