Admiral Steve Morrison demands his son stand at attention. Jim says no way, he’s going to sing for The Doors. Despite often being in an alcohol and acid haze he soon emerges as a star but his emotional and legal problems worsen, especially after melting down at the concert in Miami. Jim’s tired of performing and yearns to be a poet. Girlfriend Pam says he needs Paris. She swears she does her best there. An unnamed psychiatrist, his story heretofore untold, writes that he tries to save Jim. What really happened? A short work of historical fiction offers plausible answers and intriguing fantasies.