Sala de Espera (The Waiting Room) escritó por (written by) Enrique Anderson Imbert de (from) Argentina
Costa and Wright rob a house. Costa kills Wright and keeps the small suitcase filled with jewels and money. He goes to the station so he can escape with the first train. In the waiting room, a woman sits at his right and begins talking. Annoyed, Costa pretends to yawn as if he is tired and intends to sleep, but he hears the woman continue to talk. He opens his eyes and sees, seated at his right, the ghost of Wright. The woman looks right through Costa with a sharp gaze and gabs with the ghost, who returns the conversation with friendliness. When the train arrives, Costa tries to get up, but he cannot. He is paralyzed, speechless and he watches, astonished, as the ghost picks the suitcase up calmly and walks with the woman toward the plantform, now talking and laughing. They board, and the train leaves. Costa follows him with his eyes. A man comes in and beings mopping the deserted waiting room. He vaccums the spot where Costa sits, invisible.