The police station boss tells the woman ghost that she's actually quite poor, but that she did the right thing by giving birth to a good child. The police boss says that crime is always a mutual thing, and that it's natural for people to want to help their families. The woman ghost, he says, was just trying to make a good mother for herself and her family. She didn't do anything wrong, and the police boss thinks that's why she did what she did. She's not a bad person, the boss says, because she was just using herself to help the family. It's just that she wasn't really hurting anyone. The boss asks her to play along with him, and she says she doesn't have time to play with the "mother-fuxxers" . She says she'd rather be her "grand grand" , which is a reference to the fact that she is older than her real-life mother. She also says that she has a lot of fun playing with the ghost, because the ghost was so scared when she first met her. She tells the boss that the police station is full of journalists who are reporting that all the nurses, doctors, and patients at the hospital have all been killed there. That's weird, she says. She thinks maybe there's another ghost out there.