Written by Robert Plowman
1957. Once this was the town of Mayfield. Now its soda fountains have all run dry; its picket fences have dropped their pickets; its lawns have turned to meadows. No one lives here now.
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Narrator – speaks like Rod Serling, or like a bored undertaker.
Woody – a pleasant boy and well liked. But Woody has a secret
Sally – a clean cut, all-American teenager. By the undone top button of her blouse, we know she’s fast
Mother – wears an apron, with oven mitts and a skillet.