Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The year is 1922, and it is raining rocks in the town of Chico, California. Shortly after this disturbing phenomenon, an anonymous phone call is placed to the local newspaper. The caller not only takes "credit" for the "heavy" rain, but also predicts the exact time for the next downpour. Could all this be tied in with an earlier incident in Washington, D.C, involving an odd self-proclaimed inventor who claims to have created a revolutionary formula for converting water into gasoline?