The haunting takes many forms. Most notable are the lights on the water, taking the form of everything from dolphins to supernumerary moons, but always reflections of something impossible, either through their motion or what is imparted. The glassed-in corridors of the Folly often echo with sourceless laughter, as well, and no small objects are left within because they will disappear. Only the luckiest of those who have lost something will witness its fare: flung into the Cablefjord as if from a catapult, there to sink into the oily, dark, and cold waters.

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