Janet Lynch / Nate Luca: Part 3
Janet: Oh my God! That bardo thing sounds horrible.
Tamara: Can you speak to the story he told about his father?
Janet: What? Oh, yes. We both worked, JJ’s father and I—the child care costs were just too much. Once he was in first grade his father would take him to the garage after he got out of school.
Tamara: Anything else?
Janet: Well… He was a good assistant, but it wasn’t quite like he explained. He was six, you know, he kept getting distracted and wanting to run around. It took quite a bit out of his father to both work and to try to take care of him. When he was a few years older, he really did become a help. But, I’m…
Tamara: Did you have a question Janet?
Janet: Well, why is my boy in the graveyard in the first place? Why didn’t he go to heaven?
Tamara: I’m sorry, I don’t know. We are just trying to determine the accuracy of this document to the best of our ability.
Janet: Accuracy? You can’t verify most of this stuff. That strange gathering of dead people, doing Shakespeare and such.
Tamara: No, we can’t, but we can verify a lot of the incidents that had witnesses.
Janet: (to Luca) Nate, do you believe this?
Nate: (nodding his head) I do.
Nate: (hesitantly) Well, it just sounds like JJ.
Nate: And what?
Janet: And you are not telling me something. What are you not telling me?
Nate: (sighing) It’s coming, I’m sure it’s coming.