Laurie lived in Holleywood with her grandmother Beatrice for her first two years of high school. "I remember the toast she made in the Glenwood," Laurie recalled. "I'd be running out to catch the bus and she'd hand me toast from the warmer bin on the top of the stove. I've never had toast as good as that again." Both Laurie and Wade remember avoiding the basement, terrified by the gravestone down there. Laurie lives here in town. Wade drove up to celebrate her birthday, from Washington DC where he works for Homeland Security. He fantasizes, he says, about retiring here, in the town he fondly recalls from his childhood.