Don’t See Dead People"
Is That Glass Moving"
movie writer and director D. Light Shamalamadingdong has come
to The Lodge resort in Cloudcroft to write his next movie,
“The Old Man Down The Road,” a thriller set in
war-torn 1860s America . Known for his previous classics such
as “Noises”, “The Barrio” and “Playing
With Fire”, Light is a creative genius who enjoys
twisting and turning audience goers until they’re not
sure which way is up.
script for this movie is to be turned into the folks at
MangleMar Publishing just as soon as he can get it written.
Already several months behind schedule, everyone is pressuring
him for the ectype – especially the film’s
executive producer, Amani Knitt, CFO of MangleMar Publishing.
has brought along his two trusted assistants, Paula Heep and
Elijah Pricis-Wright, to assist him with loose ends on the
script. However, one of them seems to have gone mad, while the
other ended up dead.
by a night watchman, Noah Clew, around the witching hour in
The Lodge’s infamous tower, Ms. Paula Heep appears to
have committed suicide. However, Officer Shamus Koup believes
the whole thing may have been an elaborately staged scene for
Mr. Shamalamadingdong’s upcoming script.
the mysterious murders that happen each year throughout the
heavenly resort, some of the Ghosts-Of-Mysteries-Past want
Light to shed a little … well … um …
“light” on the subject, so they’ve hired an
“expert” in psycho-terrorism to help them with
he had hoped to keep a secret, relaxing visit has turned into
a full blown media circus with the arrival of a national
gossip columnist who prides herself on “getting”
the story no one else is able.
Shamalamadingdong chose The Lodge because of its serenity and
pristine environment, but little did he know what awaited him
once he got ready to write. Could his latest addition to his
stirring repertoire could be his danse macabre?