Ginger flies South of the Border for the first time with her significant other, Lt. Detective David Hernandez, expecting a glorious holiday. At the airport in Mexico City, however, David is tified that his daughter is very sick and calling for him. Reluctantly, he sends Ginger on to the hotel promising to join her as soon as possible. Upon arrival, Ginger is surprised that their reservation was unexpectedly upgraded to a Penthouse suite. Ginger enjoys a luxurious evening concert at the invitation of famous Lati singer, Alejandro Fernandez, but her languid respite is rudely rushed when she is mistaken for a wealthy woman and abducted for ransom. Realizing their mistake, the kidnappers sell her to a band of rabid Neo-Aztec Restoration fanatics who attempt to sacrifice her at midnight on top of the Pyramid of the Sun at Teotihuacan. Drugged and dazed, Ginger comes perilously close to her own demise under an ancient obsidian knife and who can save her w?