Musgrave ritual

Musgrave ritual
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  • Expostion
  • clean your mess
  • I think you would rather bring it out instead of putting it in
  • Conflict
  • YOUR FIRED LEAVE BY THE END OF THE WEEK
  • Rising action
  • There is a cellar underneath the ground
  • Dr.Watson is talking to sherlock holmes at 221B baker st. Watson is asking sherlock to clean up his mess.Holmes brings out a box containing items from his case of the musgrave ritual.He then starts telling him of when Musgrave came to holmes seeking help. 
  • Climax
  • He is dead and the contents in the chest are gone
  • Rachel had gotten sick and was originally engaged to brunton the butler but he had dumped her.Brunton was then caught looking at family documents and the information resulting in him being fired.He has a weeks notice before he leaves but disappears only three days into the week.Rachel goes hysterical and has a nurse stay up with her resulting in her jumping out the window and disappearing.
  • falling action
  • Brunton had died from suffocation and the contents in the bag were what was in the chest howells hd thrown into the pond
  • Sherlock holmes wanted to see the musgrave ritual, and so he had gone to Hearlstone to figure out the musgrave ritual and figure out what happened to the maid and the butler.He did the math and discovered a clue underneath the ground and discovered a cellar. In which had another door leading to the cellar underneath the cellar.
  • Resolution
  • He called in some help to lift the stone door and found a dead brunton in front of a chest that had been opened and the items had been emptied from the box.
  • Sherlock came to the result that brunton had a partner who happened to be Howells  and she had helped lift the door.She then carried the items up and the door must have collapsed suffocating brunton to death and throwing the continents into the pond running off.
  • The continents had been the crown of Charles the seconds.
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