qTerror On Highway 46q Paso Robles, California: the present. A roadhouse has been built to feature Rockabilly bands from all over the country. The ambiance is of the 1950s: the old automobiles, Hot Rods, and the style and dress of Rockabilly.Young fans, basically females' bodies begin to turn up in dry creek beds, arroyos, and one hanging from the Salinas River Bridge. A Hindu professor who is giving a lecture in the area on obscure music of the 1950s, Dr. Sarget Guryak, puts forth the theory that an ancient Hindu demon, the Rakshasa, a shape-shifter who can assume any form may be behind the killings. Guryak himself is murdered with a broken spine and fractured neck with his head turned completely around. Welcome to Central California, who's next?The first number that they perform is aWho Do You Lovea, which charted Top 10 in LA and Philadelphia at the height of Beatlemania in early 1964. ... A young woman is applying makeup in the mirror of the ladies restroom, while the music is playing loud, the horns are blaring during the instrumental break. The woman is a Rockabilly Bettie Page prototype as so many seem to be. She has brunette hair elegantly coiffed with a low-cut black dress with black high heels, fishnet stockingsanbsp;...
|Title||:||TERROR ON HIGHWAY 46|
|Author||:||Dana Rowe and Mark R. Deaver|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2012-03-31|