April 18, 2011 Rejected Book Plot #18
The Hills Are Alive With the Sound of Music: A First Hand Account of the Horrors of Living By a Singing Hill
When moving in to the neighborhood the Gold’s thought having the hills alive with the sound of music was charming. Even for the first month they found there was a pep in their step with each note. Mornings were more blissful waking to lovely tunes. The only thing the realtor forgot to mention was that the hills never die. They wished for the day the music died for some much-needed quiet. After three years, the Golds couldn’t take it any more. The youngest Gold began acting up in class punching anyone who would so much as whistle a tune. The middle child ran his car off the side of the road hoping for a coma to get some peace and quiet, unfortunately he lost his eye sight only heightening his hearing.
One day in late October they snapped. Even with all the Nazi invasions going on around them the unlucky few that survived would recount this day as the most horrific in human history.
Join us for a look at just what made the Gold family snap and take out anyone with a song in their heart at whatever the cost. This tragic tale is one that will make you appreciate your neighborhood in a way you never thought possible.