20071 hr, 52 mins

On February 20, 2003, The Station in West Warwick, Rhode Island, became the site of one of the nation's deadliest nightclub fires, killing 100 people. For this state of just over a million residents, the devastation was profound, leaving unanswered questions and deep scars in its wake.

One of its youngest victims, Nicholas O'Neill, would soon prove to his family and others that his life did not end that tragic day. Nick began communicating by providing signs to his parents, Dave and Joanne. Out of the ashes of the tragedy arose an equally profound story of hope.

This film tells the remarkable story of Nicky O'Neill, the young actor, writer and musician who left the world at age 18 but who left behind a message of deep spiritual importance that has already inspired thousands. It weaves together the story of a beautiful life cut short with the saga of a community in mourning and a family finding its way out of the darkness.