At 0:05, as young Edith looks down the hallway, there is a grandfather clock at the end of the room (clocks symbolize history, sometimes the future, and sometimes eternity) and light and shadows on the floor, so there is a window there and we know that windows symbolize reflection/meditation. So either young Edith has all ready been "reflecting" and that has summoned the ghost (possibly a materialization of her inner-self/thoughts) or, again, this is something that she fears will happen in the future. How can we deduce this?
The name "Thomas"means "twin," and so it's likely that he is "two-faced," or he acts one way with Edith, and another way with his sister Lucille.
The Fine Art Diner
|Something behind his back, eh?|