We don’t only see images of people and animals in the sidewalks. Sometimes we see ghouls as well.
Of course, not all ghouls are frightening. Try as they might to scare us, we can’t help but laugh. Sorry, guy.
Sometimes, it seems as though you may have seen the image before. This fellow reminded us of an unfortunate devil that Michelangelo might have painted onto the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, or maybe a criminal sketched by Leonardo.
But you have to be quick. They don’t like to be spotted in the daylight. They try to fly away as soon as they are spotted.
This may look like a dog, but we’re pretty sure it’s a wolf — or maybe a dog devil.
The ghouls sometimes pop up in the walls themselves, the way a nightmare will appear for no apparent reason.
In MIND ME MILADY, there is a ghoul in human form who is preying on the young women of the Upper East Side and who casts his gaze upon a new client of Eve Petersen. Try a few pages. See if you can put it down, and if you can read it after dark!