JUNE 1906 - Hundreds of London's elite arrive at the Mansion, expecting an elegant dinner and night of fun. Little did they know that the Mansion was actually inhabited by more than just the Mansion's owners. Ownership was shared with a ghost.
The Mansion's owners knew about the Ghost, but never spoke of it. If anyone in London learned of their inhabiter, the scandal would be monstrous. For this reason, they locked the Ghost in the room upstairs, and threatened that if he even dared to step foot outside of the room, he would suffer the consequences.
This made the Ghost very sad. He had been excited for the arrival of the owners' guests, as he loved talking to people when he was still alive. He tried to open the door or fly through it, but it was solid wood and he couldn't get through. Sighing, he made his way up the stairs, resigning himself to the sadness of his life as a Ghost.
But right before he left, something amazing happened!
The door opened! The Ghost stopped, curious to see who it was. To his amazement, his childhood best friend Jack walked through the door, with his fiancé Jane beside him.
Jack explained that he had heard rumours that Ghost was at the Mansion, and he and his fiancé had come to save him. Happily, the three sneaked out of the Mansion, and returned to Jack and Jane's house, where the lived happily ever after.