Nikolai Gogol experiences seizures with crime-solving visions, so he assists with a murder case in a remote village.
Gogol finds a connection between the new case and a horseman.
Gogol attempts to convince Lisa she's in danger, but her husband Alexey assures her safety. Oksana shows Gogol the origins of his power. As tensions begin to rise, Oksana pays Lisa a surprise visit. With more of the horseman's evil deeds at play, Gogol discovers the origin of the blood flower, along with a significant piece in his killings; he only murders on feast days.
Gogol starts to better control his gift of visionary power.
A religious man seeks Gogol's help for his daughter who was born with a tail.
The horseman's bloody marking begins to across the village, causing hysteria among the people. A ritual murder is carried out by a dark worshiper, who is later trapped and taken into police custody. Gogol plots a way to stop the horseman from killing Lisa. In a leap of faith, Gogol trusts the dark worshiper, in the ancient chapel, to summon Viy; the most powerful creature of the otherworld.
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