A funny inkling led us to zoom in on the head of the glowing figure. Sure enough, she has a terrifying skull face. This phantom haunts Guilford's 1990 yearbook.
“I have always had a thing about old photographs. The older pictures have an uncanny ability of suggesting that there is another world where the departed are. A black and white photograph is a document of an absence, and is almost curiously metaphysical. I have always hoarded them. They represent a sense of otherness. The figures in photographs have been muted, and they stare out at you as if they are asking for a chance to say something.” —W.G. Sebald, The Questionable Business of Writing