Move the tail center to one of the other marks made on the center line.
Make sure the tool rest clears the wood. The offset will only be a little but it may seem dramatic at first.
Turn away part of the ghost. I use a blue sheet of foam under the lathe to see the ghost better. Remember not to turn away all of the ghost as this will just give you a strange offset and round handle while we want an oval handle.
Repeat the process on the other side. This leaves a distinctly oval shape to the handle. Move the tail center back to the center mark and refine any beads as necessary. Sand now if necessary.