The Other Woman
A gorgeous woman in her late twenties who attends the funerals of married men with money. She doesn’t know any of these men personally, but finds out about the funerals through the obituary section of the newspaper. She wears elegant black dresses which are conservative though flattering, and big dark sunglasses, regardless of the weather. She talks to no one, and stays far away from other guests. At open caskets she weeps audibly but also makes a visible attempt to restrain her tears. She makes a conspicuous effort to avoid the widow. . .