This unnerving short tale of murder, madness, guilt, and responsibility will grab you from the moment it starts and leave you thinking long after the performance is over. Narrator Sean Pratt's smooth tones expertly weave author Terry Rich Hartley's dark web, adopting the distinct personalities of the various mysterious characters. Best listened to after darkness falls, Paranoia on River Road is guaranteed to leave a psychic stain, like a strange figure glimpsed on the edge of the highway late at night.
A dispatcher sends Deputy Sheriff Lita Echeveria to a ghoulish burial site. A professor isolates himself in Mystic Canyon after apparently going mad. A wealthy retired farmer lives in denial of child abuse. A mysterious blonde girl and a dog point the way to criminal evidence before disappearing. The interaction of these characters cracks the boundaries of normal/abnormal psychology and criminal justice/cosmic punishment.