Cecilia has her laptop and pulls up photos of her rock star father with his arm draped around women that were not her mother.
Last week, Lars, who is Cecilia’s father and who also happens to be a ghost, admitted he thought he was being followed because his wife believed he was cheating on her. Cecilia asked if there was any truth to the statement.
Last week, Cecilia asked her father, who is a ghost, why he believed someone was following him before he died.
Lars has a theory why he’s remained earthbound… This is continued from last week.
In the light of day, Cecilia can’t believe she told her ghost father to go away. She’s at home, having breakfast and trying to ignore her father’s journal sitting in front of her on the table.
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Cecilia accused her father that he was going to divorce her mother so even if he hadn’t died, he was still going to leave her.
Cecilia finds a stranger in the house who looks a lot like her father. Only he’s been dead for twenty-three years…
Setup for this snippet: Cecilia was about to go home for the night but finds a shadowy figure waiting for her in the music room. She’s ready to run from the intruder, but then the man says: “CeeCee, it’s me.” Her eyes narrow as she stares at the man who has taken a step closer.
Cecilia makes a cup of tea before she settles down to read her father’s journal and find out what secrets he left behind. Remember the eerie message her father had written: “I don’t fear the reaper. It’s the humans with death in their eyes that scare me shitless. If you’re reading this, death found me when my back was turned.”