Once you get settled in, can you come downstairs to sign a book?
Billy Weaver has traveled all the way from London to Bath, and he notices a Bed and Breakfast on the street.
I recognize these names
Here have some tea.
Billy walks into the Bed and Breakfast and there is an old lady to greet him and take him to his room
This tea taste like almonds
So Mr.Mulholland must have left pretty recently.
But my dear boy, he never left. He and Mr.Temple are still here on the fourth floor
The old lady took Billy to his room upstairs and let him get settled, and ask him something.
Hasn't there been any other guest except them here in the last three years?
No my dear, only you
Billy comes down to the guest room to sign the book and then he sees the name Christopher Mulholland and Gregory W. Temple. The old lady then walks in with a tray of tea for him, and he starts to ask her about those two names.
He ask about the two names again. Billy then ask about her dogs and her parrot and she tells him that she enjoys stuffing all her pets when they die.
She makes sure that Billy wrote down his name in the book, incase she forgets his name. Lastly Billy ask her a question.