A Dark Planetarium by Scott William Carter

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He just nodded and pointed to the glass doors next to the booth. Jack went back to the bench. " Travis asked. "Yes," Jack said. " The clerk rattled open the deadbolt and opened the glass doors. Jack took his son's hand and led him inside. The entry room had a high ceiling, and the room was nearly as cool as outside. "Sorry about the temp," the clerk said, locking the doors behind them. " Wet tennis shoes squeaked across the tiled floor. Jack had not told the clerk, but he had another, stronger reason for wanting to come inside.

Copyright © 2010 by Scott William Carter. Originally appeared in Indy Men's Magazine, December 2003. All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction, in whole or in part in any form. This short story is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. com. A Dark Planetarium Scott William Carter When they arrived at Portland's new planetarium, they found the clerk in the ticket booth affixing a hastily-written sign to the glass window.

But the kid didn't ask. He just nodded and pointed to the glass doors next to the booth. Jack went back to the bench. " Travis asked. "Yes," Jack said. " The clerk rattled open the deadbolt and opened the glass doors. Jack took his son's hand and led him inside. The entry room had a high ceiling, and the room was nearly as cool as outside. "Sorry about the temp," the clerk said, locking the doors behind them. " Wet tennis shoes squeaked across the tiled floor. Jack had not told the clerk, but he had another, stronger reason for wanting to come inside.

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