In this scene, late at night on the anniversary of Sheila’s death, Jack walks into the bar he and Sheila used to frequent. Much to Jacks’ surprise, Sheila is there and has no recollection of dying. Jack is in his early thirties, psychologically damaged since his early twenties, and thus very childlike in his mannerisms. He is innocent, kind, trusting. Sheila just turned twenty-one. She was an art student, full of life, always looking for the next subject to paint, the next song to dance to, and the next exciting faces of life to explore. As a ghost, she doesn’t realize she is dead.