Let's get a better look at this ghost:
In the cabin, she finds a cassette player and tapes labeled "Ghost Recordings." Upon listening to them, she realizes there's a not-so-friendly entity in the cabin, and that others there before her have met an unfortunate fate.
The film is also set in the '80s. What was my first clue?:
Known for her YouTube series "The Haunting of Sunshine Girl," McKenzie has gained great recognition over the years as a girl with a haunted house and has over 230,000 subscribers.
Beginning in late 2010, her series became so successful (averaging up to 5 million views each month as of last year) that she now produces many other series on her channel, some scary (e.g.: Zombie Ridge) and some downright hilarious (e.g.: The Screenprinters). In 2012, McKenzie filmed a movie for her channel called Sunshine Girl and the Hunt for Black-Eyed Kids (black-eyed kids was a topic in her series).
Weinstein Co. is planning to turn her series into a film franchise. Along with Perseus Books Group, Weinstein Co. is publishing her book, The Haunting of Sunshine Girl, about Sunshine's journey.
It will be released on March 24th of this year, with another book in the franchise to be released this fall. So far, it has received wonderful reviews, even recommendations by R.L. Stein and Wes Craven. From the looks of things right now, Paige McKenzie will be a name everyone knows soon.