Audio had lots of low frequency hum, and some wierd bass affect happening that was giving me a headache. I applied a little filtering at the risk of injecting a little digital artifact into the mix, I think I cleared it up. It may sound a little soft and mushy, but it was actually that way when I got the file. Maybe using a good set of earphones might be the best way to listen to this one.
We join a man, a familiar figure in the neighborhood, who is trying to cover up a murder. Can he play it off with his neighbors, and maintain his normal composure throughout the day? Cops gather clues to piece together the events at the crime scene, and build a profile of the killer’s personality. Are they on the right track? The pressure is on as the long arm of the law creeps closer to the truth. Mr Clark begins to show cracks in his demeanor as his neighbors grow more watchful and paranoid. Do they still think the killer is some mystery man, or do they realize he’s right there in their midst?
Bodies pile up, and there’s plenty of motives and plot twists to make a listener wonder who actually is the guilty person. Has the killer finished his crime spree? Cops think they have a trap set, and their bait securely tucked away.
The cops think this is still a clear cut case. One that’s a classic open and shut deal. Clark is set to take the money and make a run for it. All the loose ends are neatly tied up, and Clark may have just committed the perfect crime. Well, all the loose ends that he knows about. The Whistler still has the final word, a final loose end, and justice finds it’s way to punish a criminal.