[handing Beverly a cup of tea]

Mrs. Kersh: There you go.

Beverly Marsh: Thank you.

Mrs. Kersh: Now, some music. 
[she puts on an old record]

Mrs. Kersh: There.
 [Beverly notices flies forming outside the window]

Mrs. Kersh: I do apologize. It gets so very hot here this time of year.

Beverly Marsh: It’s fine.

Mrs. Kersh: Well you feel like you could just about die. But you know what they say about Derry.

Beverly Marsh: Hm?

Mrs. Kersh: No one who dies here ever really dies.
 [she smiles and stares at Beverly in uncomfortable silence]

Mrs. Kersh: But tell me, how is it being back in Derry?
 [Beverly looks confused and frightened]

Beverly Marsh: Strange.

Mrs. Kersh: Strange? Oh, my…
[she opens the top of her dress slightly and we see she has an ugly looking scar on her chest]

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