(urth) The Fat Magician

Dave Tallman davetallman at msn.com
Tue Sep 22 08:06:27 PDT 2009

Andreas Muegge wrote:
> Hmm. But how is this possibility supported? By the "werewolf" remark, which
> might imply that Ernst is able to change into something different? Or maybe
> he does not "transform" into another person but is rather linked in another
> way (?) to the family S_____. The grandfather was a conjuror and the picture
> not only showed Ernst but also another person in the background...

Maybe Gertrun was a ghost. In the beginning Cooper said it would be a 
ghost story, and that he personally encountered it. He said he would not 
tell the whole truth for the sake of a promise he made to an attractive 
woman who was kind to him. It's not the first time Cooper had a fling 
with a supernatural being -- there was "The Nebraskan and the Neriad."

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