Danur: I Can See GhostsRisa is an indigo girl who has the ability to see supernatural beings. Since childhood, Risa has lived a lonely life: her father worked abroad and only visited once every six months, while her mother, Elly, worked as a teacher. When Risa turns eight years old, she hopes to be blessed with friends. Unexpectedly, three boys of his age: Janshen, Peter, and William suddenly appeared. Strangely, only Risa could see them. Fed up with Risa's weirdness, Elly calls a shaman named Asep. Asep reveals the true forms of Janshen, Peter, and William to Risa to frighten her so she forgets her ability to see ghosts. Nine years later, Risa returned to her childhood home with Elly and her younger sister, Riri. Because Elly is going out of town for service, Risa, Riri, and their cousin, Andri, are assigned to accompany their grandmother there until the caregiver arrives. That night, a woman named Asih came and stated that she was the caregiver called by Andri's mother. For some reason, Risa is suspicious of Asih, until the suspicion turns out to be true: Riri was kidnapped by Asih who turned out to be an invisible creature. KesurupanFelina and Alin, both 18, have just entered university. At the orientation, Felina secretly falls in love with Marik, a senior, who always protects them. Meanwhile, Alin becomes possessed by three ghosts that are haunting the jungle. At first, Rusman, a mute man who lives in the jungle, cures her. But when Alin returns to Jakarta, she becomes possessed again and her face keeps changing. Felina believes that Alin is possessed for taking a doll in the jungle. A psychic advises Alin to return the doll. Accompanied by Felina and Marik, they return to the jungle with Rusman and Rusli, the translator. They are told to find a big hole filled with graves where they must put the doll before sunrise.