In a most shocking affair, Baskerville Hall has fallen. The caretaker and his wife, the Barrymores were so shaken by the tragic passing of Sir Charles that within days of the heir’s arrival the couple decided to leave service in hopes of succeeding in some other business. The Baskerville fortune left the loyal servants enough money to set out on themselves. In order to start their life afresh, Mr. Barrymore altered his facial appearance not an hour following their departure. The walls, curtains, furniture, bookcases, and all the trimmings lay in rubble. Unfortunately, the relater of these events failed to have his camera to add photos to illustrate the unfortunate event.
However, the good times shared by all will be remembered in the coming DVD which chronicles the events of the last days of the once great estate and the mystery surrounding Poor Sir Charles’ demise.
Thank you Mare and everyone else involved in the Village Players production of the immortal Sherlock Holmes mystery The Hound of the Baskervilles. Once again, a delightful time was had by all (even those two people who fell asleep who shall remain safely anonymous). And who knows… it may not take another 9 years for another facial hair growth. I’m sure there are several roles which call for it. I am also pleased to announce that the ghost upon the moor failed to wreck havoc with Selden’s death… if only for the show’s swan song.
3 thoughts on “Baskerville Hall No More”
Not a very good picture, but it will do.
Hey! Tired as I was, I did not fall asleep!! Oh, you meant someone else… 😉
Yes… you are safe, taylhis 😉