Abra, Dan, Higgs
Abra chuckled, careful not to make it sound too mean. "For a second, I thought you were going to say that we don't all use our minds." She let the grains of sand fall back to the beach and let her feet touch the beach again, since there was no tar. "Most of us aren't all from the same place. We're not even all human here. Not all minds work the same way. Of course, you knew that didn't you?" She left the question there. Maybe he'd fill her in on his world, if there were duplicates of all the people on the station there.
Abra felt Dan's hate of the mask, then he was busy searching limbo. (Be careful.)
The hate lingered in Abra's mind and she could feel something else. Dan was seeing something terrible. She moved closer to Higgs, resisting the urge to snatch the mask off his face. "It's not Halloween." She said. "You still haven't really explained why you're hurting people."