A worried mother of a missing schizophrenic son, who is off his medication, hires Hetty to find him. One of his pen pals shares a poem he wrote; the mother fires Hetty and pursues a clue from the poem herself. Her husband, the stepfather, agrees to continue paying Hetty to find Michael. Tracing him to the place where he was happy as a child, knowing he is now delusional and depressed, Hetty and his mother try to find Michael before he crashes. Written by
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[as her legs are hurting her
So much of this job is leg work. You have to keep in trim.
Shall We Gather at the River
Composed by Robert Lowry (1864)
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