Patsy and Billy Hale are living the life they had always dreamed of—married high school sweethearts, a beautiful Texas home, a happy and healthy family—until one Christmas Eve night, a ragged group of un- expected guests show up in their back yard. These surprise visitors are Billy’s mesmerizing, and formerly high-rolling, twin brother, Bobby, with his girlfriend and an assortment of four children. They arrive in a beaten-down, forty year old army surplus truck which they live in and call home. He Heard His Brother Call His Name tells Patsy’s engrossing story of how what started as a joyous reunion of brothers, after years of absence, would lead to the destruction of the life she had known: the loss of her friends, her home, her inheritance, and, finally, her marriage. This true story of psychological warfare between identical twin brothers travels from the salons of Hollywood to the remote summits of New Mexico’s mountains and reveals new perspectives on historical events such as the assassination of John F. Kennedy and the death of Marilyn Monroe. It is the harrowing tale of a larger-than-life Texas family and the strong ties that bound its infamous sons together—even at the ultimate cost.