town and her trips to town wind up in his room to which she has a key and an open invitation, frequently using both.
Her absence at times, without excuse, gives Frank cause for argument but when the battle is over the result is the same; in each others arms headed for a torrid climax. Frank, in the absence of Aggie, becomes more observing of her sister, a well stacked young thing just about the right age, inexperienced, vulnerable, curious and ready to listen as Frank continues to throw hints in paving the way to get his hands on the young provocative vixen. A stranger, in the barn yard, faces Aggie asking for the owner, she asks why? He is a Circus man and wants to put posters on the barn, "Of course the Circus will pay" and Aggie figures the amount offered will buy parts Brother wants ,for, the tractor.
She invites the man into the to close the deal, he is an eager beaver who looks good to Aggie and, true to her weakness, lets down the bars. Quick to sense her vulnerability he' accepts her wide open invitation and the deal is dosed, she gets the money plus . . Later, in the absence of Frank and her sister one night, Aggie becomes suspicious, her curiosity takes her to the stable . . . recognizing Franks voice she procures a shot gun, returns to the stable and boots Frank out of the hay where he lay with her sister. Confronted by an angry, threatening woman and looking into two shiny barrels, Frank proceeds to sweet talk her out of the gun and when she quiets down, he again takes advantage of her weakness.
Trying to dominate Frank and her sister results in their elopement, when they return and all is settled, rather than lose Frank Aggie invites the couple to make the farm their home . . . desire for .a man, she can't have Frank, Aggie goes to town. The door of the boy friends room will open only slightly but enough for Aggie to see a half nude woman in bed. The boy friend tells Aggie he is busy and to come back another time. We next find her in a bar, a drink is served and a stranger who had observed her moves in, soon the couple leave with the waitress remarking of the fast pick up. In the strangers room after a little maneuvering Aggie's clothes begin to come off and with little left on the woman, there is less left to the imagination.
At home, finding Frank waiting, there is another big scene ending as all others have, little sister has been aroused and quietly entering the room stumbles on the pair, on the floor. She screams and accuses Frank, he proceeds to tell her just what Aggie is . . . Aggie pleads with her sister to no avail. . . Frank has had his say and leaves the house slamming the door. Aggie hears the motor start, again secures the shot gun and runs to the roadway shouting for Frank to stop . . . as the pick up comes closer she unloads both barrels into the windshield, the pick up slams into the tractor and bursts into flames.
Aggie stands in disbelief as Frank emerges from the shadows, seeing him she goes into shock now realizing that she has killed her brother . . there is a struggle to keep her from running into the fire. Daybreak finds Aggie walking alone toward the Sheriffs car,, she takes a sweeping look at the surroundings, 'she enters the car; soon to fade in the distance to keep a date with several men . . . the judge and jury.
THE PICTURE THAT LAYS BARE THE MOST INTIMATE DESIRES OF A WOMAN AND THE MEN IN HER LIFE.
WEBSTER SAYS: NYMPH..... "A Beautiful Maiden belonging to a lower class Divinity." Hence, "A Morbid and ungovernable Sexual Desire in a Female."
A DOCTOR SAYS: NYMPHOMANIA ..... "An Illness of Desire which, through a false sense of Possession or Jealousy can lead to Tragedy."