Crime & Punishment

Secret Diary Of PorterGirl

My footsteps echo ominously along the wood-paneled corridor that will lead me to the Armingford Room. I am not relishing the prospect of confronting Head Porter with the rather compelling evidence that he has some involvement with the mysterious disappearance of the Lord Layton. The Dean suspected him from the start, but I couldn’t bring myself to believe it. I shake my head and sigh sadly to myself as I feel my footfall becoming ever more sluggish as I draw nearer.

I place my hand on the large brass door handle of the Armingford Room and feel the weight of the cold, hard metal. The weight is incomparable to that which perches upon my shoulders, however. From behind the door I can already hear raised voices, which I suppose is only to be expected. The most easily discernible protestations are coming from The Dean, it would seem. The other voice is vaguely familiar…

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