The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles
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  • She's beautiful!!
  • Why is that creepy guy following me?
  • HAHAHA SHE'S MINE NOW!
  • I need to find a way out of here.. Maybe I could try climbing down that vine on the balcony!
  • I will get that maiden if it's the last thing I do!
  • Let's put the hounds on her!
  • "It chanced that this Hugo came to love the daughter of a yeoman who held lands near the Baskerville estate. But the young maiden would ever avoid him, for she feared his evil name." page 507
  • Wait for us! You're going too fast Sir!
  • "Hugo, with five or six of his idle and wicked companions stole down upon the farm and carried off the maiden." "The maiden was placed in an upper chamber." Page 507
  • Have you see the hunt? We can't find them!
  • Yes. I also saw a GIANT hound chasing Hugo as well! I would never want that monster chasing me!
  • "It chanced, that some little time later Hugo left his guests to carry food to his captive, and so he found the cage empty and the bird escaped." "One more wicked then the rest cried out that they should put the hounds on her." Page 508
  • RUN BEFORE IT KILLS US TOO!
  • "They should saddle his mare and unkennel the pack." "The moon shone clear above them, and they rode swiftly abreast." Page 508
  • "They had gone a mile or two when they passed on of the night shepherds upon the moorlands,and they cried to him to know if he had seen the hunt." "At last he said that he had indeed seen the unhappy maiden, with the hounds upon her track." "For Hugo Baskerville passed me upon his black mare, and there ran mute behind him such a hound as heaven forbid should ever be at my heels." Page 508
  • "There in the center lay the unhappy maid where she had fallen, dead of fear and fatigue. But it was not the sight of her body, not the sight of Hugo Baskerville lying near her, which raised the hair upon the heads.." "There stood a foul thing, a great, black beast, shaped like a hound." Page 508
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