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  • Arriving at the Station
  • Where to stay?
  • The bed and breakfast
  • Bill Weaver had traveled to London looking for a job. When he arrived he asked the man at the station where a good place to stay would be. The man told him that the best place to go to would be "The Bell and The Dragon". Bill thanked him and went on his way because he had to get up early.
  • The beginning
  • As he swiftly made his way through the streets he realized all the houses looked them same. At some point they were most likely in good condition but had fallen apart.
  • Bedroom
  • Suddenly he saw a very nice looking bed and breakfast and was weirdly drawn to it. He looked into the windows and noticed it looked very inviting and very nice with a burning fire, a sleeping dog, and a parrot. So he decided to stay there and knocked on the door.
  • Stuffed animals and Tea
  • Almost as soon as he knocked she answered. A older looking lady was very happy when she saw his face and began to lead him up the stairs to the bed. The second floor was hers and the top floor is for the guests.
  • She told him that as soon as he was done unpacking that he should go downstairs to sign the book. So he unpacked and made his way back down. When he saw the book he did not expect to see only two names and they both somehow looked extremely familiar, almost famous.
  • She served him some tea that had a very sour almond taste to it. When he asked her about the two men she said that they were still there and had never left. He looked over and asked her why the parrot and the dog weren't moving and realized that she had preserved their bodies. Then when he asked her if she has had any guests in the last few years and her only reply was, "No, my dear, only you".
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