Larry Williams is a mild mannered accountant by day and a psychopathic prostitute torturer by night. The police bring him into custody when they discover a bound and gagged prostitute by the name of Ginger Smith in the trunk of his truck, Ginger who feared for her life. Kurtz places her entire division on the case as it's the closest the authorities have come to solving the case of the missing prostitutes. Williams, using the "her word against mine" defense, admits she got what he paid for and thus the act with Ginger was consensual. Williams' wife, Jean, defends her husband in public, but really does suspect some misdeed on her husband's part. Williams makes bail, and his lawyer, as part of the defense, sends him to a psychiatrist, Dr. Mark Kinnison. Initially, Williams is coy with Kinnison, but ultimately is totally forthright about his violent sexual fantasies, not really realizing the implications of his information. Although initially reluctant to speak to the authorities, ...