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Ness checked her phone as she and the ambulance were spotlighted by the high beam lamps of the returning police car. This road received so little signal it was a wonder her emergency call had gone though. The ambulance driver, … Continue reading
Most ghosts cannot be captured on film; there are exceptions. I refer, of course, to the posthumous career of the late Delilah Hargreaves. Hargreaves first came to notice as the scene-stealing maidservant Irma Grace in Songs of Revolution (1954), a … Continue reading
Kimiko Shimizu’s birthday sleepover was the best because we got to stay up all night and be space pirates. I don’t mean playing pretend. That’s for little kids. I mean we summoned the mirror witch who took us to the … Continue reading
October Music Every Halloween, Bernie Flinders plays music to quiet her ghosts. When the evening’s stream of costumed children dissipates to a trickle, she snuffs the candles in the jack-o’-lanterns, sets the remnant candy in a bowl on the porch, … Continue reading