They all convene at the Weston family home, and over the next several days, a series of ghosts come out of the closet.
Before college, Shulman lived in the tiny Boston suburb of Weston, Mass.
But when they pass a U.S. Marine recruiting booth, Weston steps forward to try his luck on the chin-up bar.
As he handed out blood money, Weston writes about not having the answer then—or now.
It was drizzling the day Karen and Rodney Jones attended the Oklahoma State Fair with their two children, Weston and Caroline.
Voices approached the shop—or rather one voice and two ladies: Mrs. Weston and Miss Bates met them at the door.
Then Mr. Weston startled them by an invitation which almost took their breath away.
Mrs. Weston knew that she could not be in better hands than under the care of so faithful and respectable a servant.
Frank was directed to run for the cottage of the widow Weston.
Presently Sheepy joined him, first refreshing himself, as usual, with a long look at the snoring Weston.