"The Aftermath of Rock 'n' Roll" is a classic tale of good versus evil, Dr. Noelle Andrews details her marriage to and subsequent divorce from a man she believes to be a sociopath. "Adrian," a handsome and charismatic rock star impersonator who believes himself to be larger than life, sweeps her off her feet in a few short months. Blissfully happy on her wedding day, the increasingly frequent disturbing glimpses into his disordered mind leave Noelle feeling trapped and helpless. Sixteen months later, Adrian’s arrest in the foyer of her home is the final nail in the marriage coffin. Much like Dorothy’s dismay when finally meeting the man behind the curtain, Noelle too was shocked to see the dark and twisted mind of the psychopath, disguised as her soul-mate. From allegations of wife-swapping, false accusations of narcotics abuse to a dog-napping veterinarian, Noelle's formerly average life becomes an odd parody of a reality TV show. “Aftermath” is a cautionary tale, with a summary of the research available on a pervasive societal problem. Psychopathy is far more common than one would imagine, with the conscience deficient estimated to comprise up to 4% of the population.