The Ghosts" is the fourth chapter of .
Rain of the Ghosts
Rain has a strange dream and sees her first ghost (The Dark Man) that night.
On Friday, and Rain has fun on a jetski with Miranda and Charlie.
The title refers to the ghost Rain finds in her room.It can also refer to the people she sees in her dream.Finally, it can refer to the geographic location as a whole—the locals call the Prospero Keys as the "Ghost Keys" or simply, "The Ghosts".
Music in Rain's Head Edit
Electric guitar rockin' out fifties-style—while she is waterskiing
¿Hablas español? (Spanish): Do you speak Spanish?
Si. Por supuesto (Spanish): Yes, of course.
Que bueno. Porque Charlie no habla y esto le vuelve loco (Spanish): Good. Because Charlie can't speak it, and it drives him crazy.
Name References Edit
Ariel: In The Tempest, Ariel is the sprite who serves as the eyes and ears of the main protagonist (Prospero)
Sycorax Island.In The Tempest, Sycorax is the powerful (but deceased) Algerian witch
Name Meanings Edit
San Próspero. Prospero: prosperity; Saint Prosper (An Italian Saint)
Tío Samuel. Tio: Uncle; Samuel: A Jewish name ("God has heard")
Malas Almas (Spanish). Malas: Poor, bad, unlucky; Almas: Souls
Ile de la Géante. Ile: Isle; de la: of the; Geante: Giant(???)
Teatro de Fantasmas (Spanish). Teatro: Theater; de: of the; Fantasmas: Ghosts/Phantoms
Isla Soraya. Isla: Isle/Island; Soraya: female Persian name, means "gem" or "princess"
Pop Culture References Edit
Opie (no dialogue)
Maq (no dialogue)
Iris Cacique (no explicit dialogue)
Mr. & Mrs. John DeLancy (first appearance)
Ariel (First appearance, no dialogue))
Bernie Cohen (dream, no dialogue)
Maude Cohen (dream, no dialogue)
Rebecca Sawyer (dream, no dialogue)
Callahan (dream, no dialogue)
Sebastian Bohique (dream, no dialogue)
Judith Vendaval (dream)
The Dark Man (first appearance)
Pueblo de San Prospero
Versailles Hotel (mentioned)
Unanswered questions Edit
Who are Opie and Maq? Why do they have psychic powers?
What is the "Awakening" referred to by Opie?