By T. M. Wright
A photographer borrows his friend's big apple residence and is brought to Manhattan's spectral underworld through a gorgeous lady ghost, with whom he falls in love. Reissue. motion picture tie-in.
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I must have closed my eyes for a moment, because, if I'd seen her coming, I would have backed away. I felt her lips on mine, and they were very warm and moist and enjoyable, so I didn't back away. I responded, if only for a moment, until I realized what was happening, and a grunt of surprise and revulsion escaped from me, broke into our kiss, and forced us apart. A small, pleased smile appeared on her lips. She said, "Give it time, Mr. Cray. Three months, four. " I touched my lips with my fingers, very lightly.
She said, "There's your mother, Mr. " I turned my head back; she was nodding at the aisle. "She's there, Mr. Cray. " I looked. The aisle was empty. I looked straight ahead, focused on the NO SMOKING sign at the head of the car. Barbara W. Barber continued, "Your mother is naked, Mr. Cray. But do you want to know what she is, precisely? She's a face and a pair of breasts and a pubic V, that's all. Because that's what she always supposed, in life, that mothers were. And she so wanted to please. " I whispered.
He stopped. I think I heard him sniffle. He went on, "You get hold of it; you hold onto it, and for a while everything's really great. " Another short pause. " He stopped again. When he continued, his voice had changed, had become stronger. "Anyway, I'm sorry, Abner. " "I guess so-" "You're a friend, Abner. " "Sure I have. Sure. " A short pause. "You sound a little strange, Art? " he said. "I don't know, Abner. Circumstances are wrong, I guess. " "No, Art. " Silence. " I coaxed. " After a moment he came back on the line.
A Manhattan Ghost Story by T. M. Wright