Catch Up With The Story So Far

Catch Up With The Story So Far

Tomorrow the fifth instalment of the interactive novel is available to read along with a new poll to decide what happens next. But if you are new to the interactive novel or want to catch up on the story so far here is a reminder of what has happened in each of the previous instalments.

To read the full instalment click on the link below or read the brief summery.

The First Instalment – Introduces fifteen year old Nigel Briggs and apprentice to Professor Ashcroft debunker of the supernatural. In 1860,Nigel confronts a vampire in a girls bedroom, the creature flees and he pursues it to a cemetery. The next morning the local villagers dig up the crypt and burn the coffin containing the creature.

The Second Instalment – Nigel returns to London. There he tells Gertie Stubbs a maid in the household about the vampire. She insists that Nigel tells Professor Ashcroft the truth about what happened, instead Nigel agrees with the Professor that the vampire never existed. The Professor then explains how they have been invited to Moonhurst Hall to disprove accusations of witchcraft.

The Third Instalment. – Accompanied by Nigel and Gertie the Professor heads to Moonhurst Hall. On route explains there has been a suspicious death and a young maid has been accused of being a witch. At the hall they split ways with Gertie going to work in the hall to befriend the accused maid while Nigel and the Professor head to a funeral.

The Full Latest Instalment – The funeral descends into a chaos as a huge colony of rats invade the church causing all the mourners to flee. Meanwhile as Gertie walks to the hall she is drawn down a sheep track to a stone circle where she is buffeted and terrified by a mysterious wind.

Find out what you voted for to happen the next instalment when it is published tomorrow, followed by a new poll to decide what happens next.

 

 

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