Chapter 3: Night One

During a sweltering August in 1881, one of the members of the Seekers of Enlightenment receives a letter from an old friend, requesting help in solving a family mystery. It will soon become a matter of life or death…

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Re: Chapter 3: Night One

Postby Philulhu » Tue Mar 24, 2020 3:15 pm

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If everyone else is turning in, then Vic will reluctantly head back to head. She will double-check the back door is locked before heading upstairs, though.
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Re: Chapter 3: Night One

Postby HoneyDog » Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:09 pm

Bates bristles at the implication but keeps his composure.

"I'm sure you would have noticed whether the door was locked when you exited, sir" he says coolly. "Every door and window is locked. I bid you goodnight."

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Re: Chapter 3: Night One

Postby Mephistophilis » Tue Mar 24, 2020 4:18 pm

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The door was said to be unlocked earlier, when we went out, but I see earlier than that it was said to have a bolt only. Oops.
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Re: Chapter 3: Night One

Postby aine » Wed Mar 25, 2020 7:15 pm

Isolde sees nothing from the games room windows. She watches for 20 minutes and then hen turns and pads back to her room, silently climbing into her bed so not to wake Viv.
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