Last week's question: A court in Romania has ruled that a 63-year-old man whose wife had him declared legally dead after 10 years abroad remains dead even though he returned and argued in person that he was very much alive. If this man were to write a book about his plight, what could he call it?

Click here to see the results of last week's contest: Panda film


THE WINNER: "Plight of the Living Dead"
Laurel Rose, Pittsburgh

SECOND PLACE: "Six Feet Blunder"
Neil Goudy, Cumming, Ga.

THIRD PLACE: "Dead Man Balking"
Kathy Moore, Middleton, Wis.


"The Dead Me Scrolls"
Edward Bok, Sayre, Pa.

"Purgatory for Dummies"
Janine Witte, New Hope, Pa.

"Sayin' Alive"
Tina Cramer, Mansfield, Ohio

"Dead ... and Living It"
John Rice, Castle Hayne, N.C.

"The Talking Dead"
Richard Atwood, Andover, Kan.

"Dead Man Walking"
Cheryl Old, San Diego

"Taxes: The Only Sure Thing"
David M. Katinsky, Los Gatos, Calif.

"Dead Wronged"
Mark Sonny, La Habra, Calif.

"My Last Rites Were Wrong"
Brian Shyer, Claremont, Calif.

"Write to Life"
Barry Donaghue, Leland, N.C.

"Bucharest in Peace"
Jessica Lopez, Chicago

"Died and Prejudice"
Jody Gehrman, Ukiah, Calif.

"Ungrateful Dead"
Sarah Holt, Denver

"To Be or Not to Be"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Ind.

"A Wrinkle in Flatline"
Barbara James, Bedford, Mass.