In Boston, a man has a horrifying tale to tel. The man, a medical doctor, has a box that contains the head of another man.
He goes to a tatoo salon to seek help. He is apparently a friend of the shop owner, and relates through flashback, his recent adventure. A talking bird lands on his open window sill. He has been overworked, and stressed, when a man introduces himself offering help. He’s the owner of the talking bird, but who is he? What’s the deal with that bird? He keeps saying the tag line to the radio show, Lights Out, “It’s later than you think.” OK, and Edgar Allen Poe.
The odd visitor only adds mystery to the confused doctors life. People he refers to are soon dead. Is the stranger the murder? If you’ve listened close, you’ll have figured out that he is death. But, how could the doctor had beheaded him? Will it help keep doom from his own fate? That’s the bitg question that will be answered in the suspenseful, and horrifying conclusion.