Today, some Native American tribes practice the Ghost Dance, a ceremony whose purpose is to contact their Spirits for guidance. Although there is some scientific evidence for the visions the Native Americans claim to have during the Ghost Dance, they rely upon this connection with their Deity. A Tale From A Ghost Dance is a story of multiple human conflicts. Victoria Kairtol, a marketing-communications consultant, is able to see into the future. She resists accepting this truth until she meets Joseph Mandio, an elder of a Native American tribe. During several Ghost Dance ceremonies, some of the tribal members claim to have a vision of an Anglo woman. Joseph believes Victoria has been sent to them from their Spirits. Simultaneously, Joseph struggles with many tribal members who oppose accepting guidance from a non-Native American. Victoria sorts through riddles of bizarre cases that are linked to one of her clients, placing her life and others at risk. To maintain perspective she keeps the faith by reminding herself of Joseph's admonishment: truth comes from authentic participation in one's core values. The antagonistic state of divergent ideas, interests, and motives give rise to dramatic action and a test of oneself.