There used to be a restaurant in Waterville called “The Silent Woman.” Its sign depicted jolly men raising their glasses at a plank-like table. Behind them, carrying a serving tray, hovered a buxom woman with no head. The restaurant advertised in the back of The New Yorker. “Someday,” read the ad, “you will find yourself in Waterville, Maine.”
The text proved prescient.
"The Last Page: Her Head on Straight,"
Colby Magazine: Vol. 91
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.colby.edu/colbymagazine/vol91/iss3/10