Ginger, the house Madam had a very large bedroom, actually a bedroom at one end and a small living space with a couch at the other. In the room is a mannequin dressed like the house Madam lounging on the couch, hand resting on the joystick of an Atari 5200. The Madam sometimes played Atari all night long and her console TV is still piled with her favorite cartridges: Space Invaders, Breakout, and Pac-Man.
On the wall was a very neatly drawn chart covered in phone numbers; Gingerís personal phone directory on the wall where she could easily see it. Since no client names were listed this chart has been preserved as it was. It starts with the numbers for Emergency, Fire and the Police. Below that were all the numbers that Ginger called. F.N.B. for First National Bank, IGA, several doctors because the girls were required to have weekly exams and tests for sexually transmitted diseases. (This was when doctors made house calls.) Pony Express, Liquor Store, Northwest Orient, Horseshoe Bar, Post Office, City Clerk, Searís Catalog, Pennyís Catalog (her spelling), Amtrack, Greyhound, Republic, Frontier, United, American, Western, CAB, and a list of personal names.
On Gingerís nightstand is a doll-lamp. Ginger was fond of these doll lamps and furnished each girlís room with a doll-lamp with a different color dress and lampshade.
Nearby, written on a sheet of yellow tablet paper and taped to the wall is the brothel price list. The list is broken down by sex act and timed to the minute.
"Eight minutes, fifteen dollars, straight, no frills" starts the list, which goes on to include the price for a bubble bath or time with more than one girl at once as well as pricing for different positions.
This will be continued on Page 4 which I will post later tonight or tomorrow.