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Rune took her hand carefully; Nicole had inch-long purple fingernails. " "Interesting," Shelly said. " Rune shrugged. " "Lot of stage names in our business," Shelly said. "1 lose track sometimes. " "Why would they do that? You a right-wing crazy? " "Oh, that was terrible," Nicole said, actually shivering in an exaggerated way. "We all know about it," Shelly said. " Shelly asked. " "Just a coincidence really. " Shelly nodded slowly, and Rune found herself staring at her. Nicole was scrunching her broad, shiny face at the mention of the explosion and the deaths in the theater, closing her eyes, practically crossing herself, while Shelly was simply listening, leaning against a column, her arms crossed.
He sitting on a folding chair, looking at a white sheet of paper, which he folded and put into his pocket. She saw a thin brown holster on his right hip. Rune lifted the camera and shot a minute or so of tape, opening the aperture wide to get some definition in the gloom. He looked at the camera. She expected the man to tell her to get lost. But he merely stood and began walking through the ruined theater, kicking at debris, bending down occasionally to examine something, training his long black flashlight on the walls and floor.
Her eyes became accustomed to the dark and she looked for a target and slowly lifted the tear gas. Her hands began to quiver. No, not one but two of them. And they were ghosts. Two pale forms. Humanlike, vague, undefined. They both stared at her. One held a thick, white billy club. She aimed the canister at them. " "Shit," a man's voice said. The other voice, also male, said, "Take the wallet. " Her vision was improving. The apparitions turned into two naked, crew-cut men in their mid-thirties.