It is set eleven years after the events of the trilogy, three years after Jenny, Ash's girlfriend from Evil Dead: Hail to the King, has been killed in a bus crash. The game begins three years after the events of "Hail to the King". A special "Live" episode of Mysteries of the Occult starts at the local KLA2 television station Trisha Pettywood, a journalist out to expose the truth of the Necronomicon, is the host, with her guest, the parapsychologist and best-selling author Professor Alex Eldridge, a colleague of the late Professor Raymond Knowby, who has written a book based on the Necronomicon. However, he discovers that the television station's gates are locked and jammed solid so that Ash cannot open them even with the key, and the station itself is on lockdown and only the doorman has the key, and he went to the Kitten Club to "die with a smile on his face". Ash gives the notes to Eldridge and acquires another spell that allows him to possess "human" Deadites, which he uses to bypass a massive horde of Deadites behind the police station and get the cipher and an envelope addressed to the local auto repairman from the trash can. Ash discovers Trisha and Eldridge, locked inside of the east wing by a power surge, and goes back to the basement to find a way to cut the power.
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