Olive tells Chuck she knows (that is, she thinks she knows) Chuck faked her own death. When she hears a man named Lucas Shoemaker is dead, Olive hires Emerson because she thinks Shoemaker was murdered. When Ned touches Shoemaker, he tells Ned he was killed by John Joseph Jacobs and that Jacobs will kill again. He also says Jacobs died seven years ago! It turns out that Shoemaker was a former jockey, just like Olive, and that they, along with two other jockeys, raced against Jacobs in the very prestigious Jock-off 2000, in which Jacobs fell and died. It seems that his ghost is now out to kill all four of them!
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Did You Know?
When Olive sees the corpse of John Joseph Jacobs' horse in his grave, she says, "A horse with no name!" This is a reference to the 1972 song made famous by the band America. See more
The dead Pinky McCoy can be seen breathing before Ned even touches him. See more
[Chuck, wearing a white bedsheet with two holes for the eyes, goes up to her aunts' house and rings the doorbell
Is that clock right? It's two o'clock in the am!
I'll get my gun.
And I'll get the candy bowl!
References King Kong
Written by James Dooley See more