Invisibility is more than "Harry Potter's" cloak or the illusion a good magician performs when she makes a tiger or a Hummer disappear.
FACT: The real invisibility cloak was developed by the Federal government and is used today by the military. The invisibility project's secret, along with that of the Puke Ray, was leaked to the media and is now the basis for television programs anyone can watch on the Discovery and Science channels. Now imagine a scenario that took place a few months ago, when some teenagers with special psychic abilities stumbled upon a militarily secured government test site shrouded in secrecy by the Defense Intelligence Agency.
Secrets in the Fog: the Invisibility Project is a paranormal mystery in which teenage prodigy Morgan Walker discovers her destiny. Born with clairvoyant ability but instructed by her parents never to use it, she realizes her fate while attending an island ecology summer program at a prestigious college near Bar Harbor, Maine. She develops a close friendship with sixteen year-old Peter Dugua, a Passamaquoddy Native American intent on preserving his heritage. As they secretly investigate why nearby Acadia Laboratory is producing a black toxic fog, they discover that the Defense Intelligence Agency is secretly testing a highly classified invisibility cloaking device on nearby Gull Island, a wildlife sanctuary. The students get caught up in a life and death situation when they discover corrupt federal security contractors for the project helping terrorists steal the invisibility cloaking system.