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Book Store Cashier: Where is the best place where I can see ghosts? Mike Enslin: Guaranteed? Haunted Mansion, Orlando

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Mike Enslin: [after the toilet paper has been turned down, and the chocolates appear] Finally! Something to for me to write about! A ghost that offers turn down service!
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[Lily is reaching Mike Enslin via his laptop] Lily Enslin: Michael? Can you hear me? [Mike is freezing during a supernatural cold spell in Room 1408, but manages to crawl over to his laptop] Mike Enslin: Yeah. Lily Enslin: Oh, my God, thank God. Jesus, I've been trying to get through. Mike Enslin: [whispering] Did you call the cops? Lily Enslin: Yeah, yeah, they're at the hotel! Didn't you say the Dolphin? Mike Enslin: Yes. Lily Enslin: You're sure. Mike Enslin: Yes. Yes. 1408. Lily Enslin: Yeah. They're in 1408. The roo

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Mike Enslin: It's good to be back. That's enough of that. Alcohol. [walks over to the mini-fridge and opens it, only to discover Gerald Olin talking to him] Gerald Olin: I was just checking to see if the accommodations are exceeding your expectations. Mike Enslin: YOU KNOW GODDAMN WELL THEY ARE! What do you want from me? Gerald Olin: No, no, no. What do you want? What do you want, Mr. Enslin? You sought this room. Mike Enslin: It was a job, I was just doing the job. Gerald Olin: I beg your pardon? Mike Enslin: My job, I'm a writer. Gerald Olin: Oh, that's right, you don't believe in anything. You like shattering people's hopes. Mike Enslin: Oh, that's bullshit! Gerald Olin: Why do you think people believe in ghosts? For fun? No, it's the prospect of something after death. How many spirits have you broken? Mike Enslin: What do you want from me? Huh? What do you want from me? You... [starts violently ripping the fridge apart] Mike Enslin: You little... [kicks the fridge repeatedly] Mike Enslin: WHAT DO YOU WANT? WHAT? [slams the mini-fridge shut] Mike Enslin: I
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[repeated line] Mike Enslin: All right. You win. You win

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Mike Enslin: [describing the room] There's a sofa, a writing desk, faux antique armoire, floral wallpaper. Carpet's unremarkable except for a stain beneath a thrift-store painting of a schooner lost at sea. The work is done in the predictably dull fashion of Currier and Ives. The second painting is of an old woman reading bedtime stories - a Whistler knockoff - to a group of deranged children while another Madonna and child watch from the background. It does have the vague air of menace. The third and final, painfully dull painting, the ever popular "The Hunt". Horses, hounds and constipated British lords. Some smartass spoke about the banality of evil. If that's true, then we've in the 7th circle of hell. [turns off tape recorder and pauses, then turns it back on] Mike Enslin: It does have its charm
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Mike Enslin: They say you can't die in your dreams... is that true?

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Mike Enslin: Stay scared.
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Mike Enslin: [staring at the endless door] Open it.

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Mike Enslin: [talk into tape recorder] Hotels are a naturally creepy place... Just think, how many people have slept in that bed before you? How many of them were sick? How many... died?