Seventeen years later, Mary Jane appeared as an apparition to nine-year-old Stormy Taylor, where she lived in Texas.
As Mary Jane gave Stormy clues about her disappearance and death, Stormy tried to convince her parents that her visions were real.
To get the notion out of her head, Stormy’s parents made some inquiries from the information Stormy revealed to them, and discovered information about a missing girl named Mary Jane. Eventually, the police reopened the cold case and investigated the disappearance of Mary Jane.
Mary Jane revealed in one of Stormy’s visions that she is Stormy’s sister. Stormy, related to Mary Jane, how was that even possible?
Her name was Elizabeth, and she died in 1950 from drowning in the creek behind her house. Eventually, Stormy, working with the FBI, discovered the identification of Mary Jane’s killer and led the police and the FBI to her body. Through Stormy’s visions, the police were then able to capture Mary Jane’s killer.
In another vision, Mary Janes told Stormy that she would have a sister. Stormy knew her mother would have another child and insisted she is named Mary Elizabeth. After the birth of Mary Elizabeth, Stormy ceased having further visions of Mary Jane.