She sat up with a gasp, looking around her. "Oh dear!" She heard someone say. Looking up, she saw a skeleton in a pinstriped suit looking at curiously. "You're not from here," He hummed, tilting his head. She stood, leaning against the gravestone. The skeleton was incredibly tall. "Who are you?" He asked curiously.

"I..." She gulped, trying to understand. "I can't..."

"You don't know?" He asked, looking worried. She nodded. "Well, do you know where you're from?"

"Not here."

"How do you figure?"

"I've never seen a talking skeleton before."

"That is strange. You don't look like a monster or a witch. Are you a shape shifting creature?" He asked, circling around her as he inspected her. The skeleton lifted her bangs from her face, revealing one red eye and one yellow eye. "Are you perhaps some form of human?"

"I think...maybe. I can't really remember."

The skeleton smiled, holding out his bony hand. "Would you like to come with me?" He asked, tilting his head. She smiled sweetly and took his hand. "I'm Jack Skellington, King of the Pumpkin Patch. What would you like to be called?" He led her through the graveyard.

"Umm...I'm not sure."

"Hmm...Witch Hazel?" She shook her head, making a face. "Dragon Breath?" She giggled shaking her head. "Okay...Spooks Worth?" She smiled, mulling it through her head before nodding. "Spooks Worth it is."

And, just like that, the lost human girl became known as Spooks Worth, welcomed into the town with open arms. Jack enjoyed her company, seeing that she was hardly frightened by the things of the town. She was like one of them.