Three fantastic stories. COURTYARD. At the end of existence, an old man finds himself in a courtyard. It is identical to that in which he played as a child. Even that child who is playing just looks like him. And if it was really possible? Correcting mistakes, preventing the one that destroyed its existence from happening. Perhaps helping that child will give himself another chance. OTIS. A couple is sitting at a table in a bar. They are ready, their initiation path is finished, only Otis await, to know the next step. Because the final prize is the most coveted: immortality. But when Otis arrives their amazement is great: they are faced with a child. More surprises await them. THE RAVEN. What prompted Poe to write his most famous poem? The encounter with the animal, which took place in a cemetery, drags him into a self-destructive and distressing game.