When Bellwether Hospital opened its doors in 1924, it was called the Bellwether Asylum for the criminally insane.
Of course, we don’t call people insane anymore, we use nicer terms like mental illness, or developmentally disabled, or cognitively impaired, or “on the Spectrum”
We’ve got pills for dozens of disorders, pills to stabilize your mood, pills to help you pay attention, and we’ve even got pills to quiet the voices in your head.
But what if the voices are real?
Do we have a pill for that?
Sophie and Charlie are about to find out there is more to this world than science and technology can explain, and the answers don’t come in a bottle or from a hypodermic needle.
The answers come from each other.