These names I've heard them before, maybe it was on the newspaper or something. I have heard them before.
Oh is that so.. you've heard them before?
You almost got me, I believed they were alive when I came in. They hardly look dead, who stuffed them?
Ooh I did, I stuff all my beloved pets after they pass. But please come sit, have some tea.
Billy weaver is on a business trip to Bath, and is looking for a cheap place to stay, while looking he is drawn to look at this Bed and Breakfast poster on the window of a house. He is reluctant but goes up to the house anyways. An old lady answers he gets a really cheap room, and decides to stay.
Taste a little bit like bitter almond
Don't worry, you can stay with me.
After the old lady got billy settled in his room, she reminded him to sign the guest book on top of the piano. While billy was signing the book he saw these names that sounded very familiar. He swore he had heard them before, the landlady appeared out of no where and shocked billy, he mentioned the names to her.
They went to go sit on the couch, and billy kept talking about how familiar those names sounded. After talking about it, he then realized that the dog and the parrot were stuffed.
Its time to sleep darling, Goodnight.
The landlady told him to sit next her on the couch, and drink his tea. Billy said the tea tasted a bit like bitter almond, but he did't think much of it so he continued to drink the tea. After a while of drinking the tea he felt very fuzzy.
Bill was feeling very sick, and he fainted it was all apart of the landlady's plan to kill him and stuff him. The tea that tasted like bitter almond was actually Cyanide, a poison.
The theme of this story is "Be Careful Who You Trust". The conflict of the story is Character.vs.Character