The story pursues a youthful legal counselor, Arthur Kipps, who is requested to venture out to a remote town and sort out an as of late perished customer’s papers. As he works alone in the customer’s segregated house, Kipps starts to reveal appalling insider facts, his unease developing when he sees a strange lady dressed uniquely in dark. Accepting just quiet from local people, Kipps is compelled to reveal the genuine personality of the Woman dressed in Black without anyone else, prompting an edgy race against time when he finds her actual character.
In London, specialist Arthur Kipps still laments over the demise of his cherished spouse Stella on the conveyance of their child Joseph four years prior. His manager gives him a last opportunity to keep his activity, and he is doled out to make a trip to the remote town of Crythin Gifford to inspect the documentation of the Eel Marsh House that had a place with the as of late perished Mrs. Drablow. Arthur becomes a close acquaintence with Daily on the train and the man offers a ride to him to the Gifford Arms hotel.
Arthur has a cool gathering and the proprietor of the hotel tells that he didn’t get the solicitation of reservation and there is no accessible room. The following morning, Arthur meets specialist Jerome who encourages him to come back to London. In any case, Arthur goes to the detached estate and soon he finds that Eel Marsh House is spooky by the wrathful apparition of a lady wearing dark. He likewise discovers that the lady lost her child, suffocated in the bog, and she looks for retribution, taking the offspring of the alarmed local people.