Do any of us have the right to dream of or long for a situation in life that involves the feelings and emotions of another person? Can a man ask his wife to meet his heart's desire for love and devotion when such a challenge is not in her nature? Should he in desperation dare to fantasize about a dream woman who can and does meet the challenge? What would he do if the challenge became his to perform? Could he bestow on another the kind of love his heart cried out to share? Such a fantasy is personal should one dare to indulge. It should remain as part of a person's inner most thoughts and desires to be shared only with the created counterpart. This fantasy on the other hand plunges a young man into a chain of events so bizarre that it strains his sanity and his sense of reality. Terror, fascination and the unreal combine to create an experience in his life beyond anything he could have ever imagined as he traveled with uncertainty, confusion and ultimate fulfillment down a mystical path on "The Other Side."