After a rewrite of a chapter I am working on, I was stumped over this sentence. The character is refering to a recurring nightmare where she sees her dead fiance's face. The problem I have is whether I should use the word it's or he's before haunting. On one hand, using the word he's is in keeping with making the spirit personal. His spirit, he's haunting, giving up my search for him. On the other hand, the spirit isn't real. It's just a reflection of the guilt she feels. I'm inclined to go with he's, as it is in keeping with the rest of the sentence. It's just the more I think about it, the more confused I get :redface: How would you write it?