Steve Mason is an 18 year old who looks like he’s in his mid-20s; he wakes up in the sleepy little town of Harvest one fine day in 1953 to discover that he has a bad case of amnesia. Or is it just amnesia? Looking at the family television, he has a distinct recollection of watching televisions with full colour displays and remote controls.
Believing that something is up, Steve asks questions and soon finds out that he is due to marry Stephanie – an 18 year old woman who looks like she’s in her mid-20s – in just 3 weeks. Checking in with Stephanie, it becomes apparent that she also has amnesia, and has had the same experience as Steve when it comes to all the people she’s talking to refusing to believe she has amnesia.
Stephanie has been grounded by her parents until the wedding – not that being free to go out and about would necessarily help, since the hub of this mystery seems to be in the absurdly huge edifice of the Lodge at the centre of town, entrance to which is restricted to the men-only Order of the Harvest Moon. Steve must venture in there to discover the truth about this bizarre town and its eccentric inhabitants.