After the camp was dead, Michael ran into the mysterious woman walking her dogs a few times. Michael's presence with the guys gone formed a truce of sorts, for it made her realize he was coming for reasons other than the ones she believed. On her penultimate visit, she roamed through the camp with great sadness. Yet she stuck to her story that she was only coming to walk her dogs. The last time the woman came, Michael confronted her and told her he was there for the same reason she was: out of need. He said they were both looking for ghosts. She stood amid the camp crying. Michael hugged her briefly. She allowed this and said nothing. The she left.
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