Eva Raggio, a friend and writer for the Dallas Observer begins to tell us about her fascination with the seedy motels in Dallas, to which we completely relate.  The allure of the neons, the grit of buildings, and the grime associated with the types of activities that unfold in these spaces grows into a story of epic proportion worthy of nothing less than a cover feature if not a future screenplay.  


Upon completion of her case studies and writings, we join her on a trip to the COMO MOTEL for the adventure of a lifetime complete with accidental gunshot noises compliments of the cheapest bottle of champagne we could find, a hotel attendant that calls the police in resulting in a full blown narcotics dog search and a complete and total sense of satisfaction for what would be yet another successful shoot for the Dallas Observer.