Seventeen year old high school senior Billy Lynch was raised by his maternal aunt, Cheryl Roberts, with who he has lived since the age of three, when his parents died in a tragic accident. As never married Aunt Cheryl has not dated over that time, it has been only her and Billy in the big, old house next to the woods. Billy hopes to get a basketball scholarship to the University of Denver, where his girlfriend of one year, Julie Linden, will be attending. Aunt Cheryl, in her possessiveness of Billy, doesn't let Julie into the house and doesn't want Billy to go away to college. What those around her don't know is that Cheryl is deranged and will do whatever it takes to keep Billy all to herself. What Billy also does not know is that there is an unknown third in his and Aunt Cheryl's relationship, that third who is either the cause of or has exacerbated her derangement. Aunt Cheryl's actions lead to Billy being implicated in a murder, Billy's plea of innocence which is not helped by the...
They didn't go looking for trouble. They were just too curious. Now ... They know too much to live.
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When aunt is tenderizing meat, it changes from not being tenderized to tenderized and back to not being tenderized between shots. See more
[arriving at Cheryl Roberts's house, bringing a cake for Billy's birthday
Frank, let me have the cake. If I know you, you'll drop it. I hope she likes it, it's a new recipe. Oh, and Frank, be sure and say something about her pickled tomatoes.
They were terrible!
Frank, if you can't say something nice, don't say anything!
I won't say anything.
Little Boy Billy
Words and Music by Joyce Bulifant See more