He chose... poorly. No more bad DaVinci Code rip-offs, please.
"GENRE: SUPERNATURAL COMEDY
LOGLINE: Struggling to soothe the ghost haunting his workplace, the hapless tour guide of an ancient chapel falls through the floorboards into the path of a skeleton army, a rising river of blood, and buried treasure the Knights Templar will do anything to protect.
SYNOPSIS: A guy works as a tour guide at Scotland's historic Rosslyn Chapel. Passed over for several promotions, he is pessimistic about his prospects until strange supernatural events begin happening inside the church. Looking for a chance to be a hero, he calls on old school chum who's now a paranormal investigator in the US. Getting reacquainted doesn't go as well as it might; the pretty lady he hits on at a local bar turns out to be his friend's wife. But they soon begin to develop a grudging respect for each other as they unravel the mystery of the Lady in Black who haunts the chapel. She's the ghost of a young Gypsy who Oliver Cromwell burned alive there in 1650, and she'll knock off her spooking if the two of them can get to her rightful resting place, a Gypsy graveyard a few miles away.
The two men discover why the owners of Rosslyn Chapel refuse to give permission to excavate. Centuries ago, the Knights Templar hid the Holy Grail and other priceless artifacts underneath the chapel, and they've made it clear to the current owners that they'll kill to protect their secret. Therefore, it's all the more alarming when they fall through the old floorboards into a deep underground vault filled with skeletons and demons, collapsing walls and a rising river of blood. Can they get the Lady in Black to her final resting place and come back alive with their jobs and friendship intact?"