I said to him. "Would you like milk and sugar, while he kept on talking about Mr.Mulholland and Mr.Temple.
"My dear Mr.Mulholland and Mr.Temple
"The two names on the book I am almost positive that I know those names. I believe I have heard them from the newspaper." "I just can't really.."
By: Nayeli Ramirez
"Yes. Mr.Mulholland, Never in my life have I seen someone drink so much tea as my dear Mr.Mulholland". "Left why he is still here so is Mr.Temple, both of them together".
"Did they leave?" Where do you think they went?" "They are still.....here I am sorry I a...mm..."
"I remember the story like this. Billy had just finished packing or so I assume he did because I heard him come downstairs. So I went to go prepare tea and get some ginger biscuits. I do remember putting something extra good in his tea."
"Try The Bell and Dragon," the porter answered, pointing down the road."
"Which hotel should I stay at?"
"As we were drinking tea and eating ginger biscuits. Mr.Weaver kept on asking and trying to remember who was Mr.Mulholland and Mr.Temple. Until, he finally knew where he had heard those names from he got them from a newspaper he remembered reading."
Second Point Of View: Billy Weaver
"Mr.Mulholland was seventeen and his teeth weren't quite so white. You have the most beautiful teeth, Mr.Weaver,did you know that."
"We both sipped our tea. I knew we were looking at each other. It was what you call one of those awkward moments. He did not finish what he was going to say. My poor dear Mr.Weaver, he did not tell me or warn me that he was allergic to nuts or rather walnuts. But I took great care of him he is now with Mr.Temple and Mr.Mulholland and Mr. . .Mr... Temple."
By: Nayeli Ramirez
"Mr.Temple was older he was twenty eight." "There wasn't a blemish on his body."
"Oh no they are not they have masses of filings in the back". "A what?"Billy said."This tea it tastes a lot like almonds."
"Alright. Never in a million years would I have thought that this sweet old women this, Landlady would do this to me and to the other two men. But then again you can't trust people or judge a book by it's cover. I'm afraid I was too quick to judge this one."
"As I was finished unpacking I went down stairs to sign the book, but I was in a rush because I was very tired." "But as I was going downstairs I was sure to make no sound."
"When she had said that they were still here". "I was at first confused, but then I panicked a little because what she said next was quite bizarre." "I was not allergic to almonds or actually any type of nut. "Then I had asked her if their have been any other residents." After I had taken one last sip of the tea I was not able to hear her response." "Because I was gone."