“Quarry Farm and the Afterlife” is a brief sketch drawn with the information and observations I've absorbed while living in the house that has often been described by Twain scholars as the “spiritual mecca” of the author's work and life. The medium I've chosen for this “sketch” was inspired by the one question I am asked over and over: “Are there any ghosts?” The purpose of this essay is to recount, to the best of my ability, all spiritual interactions I have experienced as well as the intercommunications of visiting scholars with the fourth dimension as they've recollected to me. In conclusion I've determined that I—or any other living human being on the planet—am not qualified to answer questions regarding the existence of alternate dimensions and their inhabitants; I am only qualified, as I have done, to draw a picture, theorize, and allow the reader to decide.

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