Beyond the garden and behind the guesthouse, she embraces her gentlemen callers.
As always, the three are attentive company. And, with tea, talk and dancing, they help lighten Judith’s sadness over the death of her brother two years earlier.
That evening, after her bedroom door is locked, Judith holds close G.I. Joe, Spider-Man and Captain America.
And worries if this is the night her aunt once again summons Boogeyman.