The Landlady Storyboard
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“Excuse me,” he said, “but is there afairly cheap hotel not too far away fromhere?” “Try The Bell and Dragon,” the porteranswered, pointing down the road. “Theymight take you in. It’s about a quarter of amile along on the other side.”
There were no shops on this wide street that he was walking along, only a line oftall houses on each side, all them identical. They had porches and pillars and four or five steps going up to their front doors, and it was obvious that once upon a time they had been very swanky residences.
She took him into a small but charming front bedroom,switching on the light as she went in... He noticed that the bedspread had been taken off the bed, and that the bedclothes had been neatly turned back on one side, all ready for someone to get in.
Come over here now and sit next to me and warm yourself in front of this lovely fire. Come on. Your tea’s all ready for you.”
Excuse my asking, but haven’t there been any other guests here except them in the last two or three years?” Holding her teacup high in one hand, inclining her head slightly to the left, she looked up at him out of the corners of her eyes and gave him another gentle little smile. “No, my dear,” she said. ‘Only you.'
Billie is unable to move. With a sewing needle and cotton in hand, the Landlady lets out a sinister laugh, and begins to stuff the poor Billy Weaver.
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