[Script built From 30 November 2020 and posted at fanfiction.net on 30 October 2021. Audio completed and uploaded on 30 October 2021.]
Milligan and Hecubus appear to discourse their usual updates and introduction.
Returning to the West Wing, Amy wonders about Quentin as David wanders in. David convinces Amy to leave and return to her room and have a séance in which they could bring Quentin to them. As they do, the new governess, Maggie Evan, approaches to both send David to bed and tuck Amy in, with memories about Amy’s brothers to share with her.
Even as strange things are afoot in The Great House, the ghost of Sarah Collins finds Barnabas in bed at The Old House to warn him of what she senses going on between David and his new friend.
Yet again Amy Jennings is awoken from slumber, hearing strange voices at her window, then leaps toward Maggie’s room for comfort.
Venturing to the fountain in the back garden, Maggie, as Josette, discusses a few upcoming details with The Widows. Mention of Captain Gregg occurs here.) And here we finally are with a reincarnation talking to old friends still in spirit, but very akin to the one-sided listening of a telephone discussion a person might hear. (As our hosts might express: “To boldly go where EVEN Bella Heathcote’s Josette has never gone before!”)
As Maggie returns to her room she meets with Carolyn Stoddard walking through the upstairs hall. A bit more catch-up between the supernatural and the mundane ensues.
At last Maggie returns to her bedroom to both explain and not explain to Amy Jennings what occurred.
The harpsichord is heard at The Addams Family residence as Peter, Victoria and Morticia are engaged in a game of Parcheesi. Meanwhile our patriarchal Gomez is on the telephone elevating his determination to have a problem solved: that of Peter Bradford’s “legal” identity.
Maggie Evans reaches The Old House, encountering Wadsworth, Willie and Barnabas, in order to explain the previous night’s events, as well as the advice she received of what to do next via The Widows. Further clues in discussion come up as well as Barnabas revealing Sarah’s warnings.
Later, Maggie meets with Professor Stokes and Doctor Hoffman at The Great House of Collinwood, with plans to perform a séance to approach Quentin Collins and discover why the children are interacting with his ghost. Roger Collins enters, as acerbic as ever, and accepts the invitation to join the séance.
As they conjure up whatever spirits might be present, it is Doctor Hoffman that “gives up the ghost” and creates wonder in all our other participants. Rakosi and non Rakosi make themselves known. Professor Stokes agrees to whatever his sweetheart will reveal, as Maggie Evans leaves one glass of water as a way of testing her own astral manifestations before our lovers may continue forward in their journey together.
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Please respond to one or more of these inquiries:
1 ) What delighted you in this new installment with our hosts?
2) As David pulls Amy back to her guest room he suggests a séance. How do how did you enjoy their antics along with Maggie’s arrival and t ucking Amy into bed?
3) Point out whatever highlights in this encounter between Sarah and Barnabas that you find most endearing.
4) Any surprises from this encounter with Amy, The Widows and her rushing to Maggie?
5) How did you absorb the discussion between Maggie and The Widows? (Or, well, what you could make out from a quarter of the dialogue.)
6) What details elated you in this discussion between Maggie Evans and Carolyn Stoddard?
7) How did you enjoy this conversation between Maggie and Amy with our hosts wrap up of it?
8) Please relieve yourself on the topic of this Cemetery Lane series of, to them, humdrum events!
9) Relate your reactions to this discussion between Maggie, Willie, Wadsworth and Barnabas Collin, por favor.
10) How did you digest the blatantly open considerations of ghostly community and the decision of performing a séance between Prof. Stokes, Maggie, Dr. Hoffman and Roger?
11) How did you take to this séance between Roger, Maggie, Stokes and Hoffman, as well as our beloved Rakosis? (Or just… express what you enjoyed via Roger’s acerbic descriptions!)
12) Any fun in this sequence of convincing Julia that she can describe, openly, her past life experience? Also, is there further fun with Maggie using astral projection techniques to leave one glass of water?
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