Bram Stoker’s Whitby: redux

“Mina and I chanced upon a sporting endeavour, most curious in execution, concerning the use of shaped metallic rods to propel a small sphere across various terrains into a receiving cupola. These terrains were many and varied, and featured all manner of curios: a windmill, a house with water-wheel ‘pon its side, and a strange cone-shaped object, purported to be a scale model of a vehicle intended for extra-terrestrial travel. The notion of this latter struck me as being little other than poppycock and fancy, and I dare say such ideas will come to naught. The premises belonged to a gentleman I know not, but who appeared to be held in no little esteem in the locality”


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  1. #1 by Unmann-Wittering on February 18, 2011 - 8:09 am

    My favourite part of the book so far.

  2. #2 by The Assommoir on February 19, 2011 - 3:49 pm

    I’m still disappointed the sections detailing Miss Westenra’s calamitous addiction to the penny arcades were left out

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