15 Facts To Know Just In Case “Jeopardy” Ever Calls
"I don't like this place," said the dead girl. "It's full of old people and they smell funny. And there are these little green bugs everywhere." Her voice was muffled by her shawl, but the anger was obvious from her posture.
A tall man who looked to be in his fifties with a long beard stood up from a nearby chair and walked over to stand at the girl's side. She turned to stare at him. Her eyes were large in their pale face, but she didn't blink. The dead girl was dressed in what looked like new-fallen snow, which glistened as the wind blew. She wore black gloves that ended halfway to her elbows and a white shawl. She also wore a black hat.
I awaited her further words with disbelief, barely able to process what I was seeing, and half-expecting she would say something that would turn the blood in my veins ice-cold. The next thing she uttered was a list of fifteen facts that went: