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A Report from a Man at the Commission.

14 Feb

Author’s Note: Well, I thought I’d do a few added extras to beep you all going before part two! Enjoy.

Dear Sir,

Amongst the bodies not uncovered in the Hilton shipwreck was that of the Hilton girl, Roberta, aged nine years. There had been a suggestion that she did not re-board the ship at Fraitessa and instead was lodged at a school locally. The commission tasked me to investigate the issue.

The Hilton home has already been sold and new servants hired. I attempted to locate those that served the Hilton family to interview but was not successful. Passage had been arranged for all three for the full journey and as I cannot find anyone who can confirm that their plans had changed we cannot assume that they had.

In the interests of thoroughness I visited every school and boarding house in Fraitessa who admit girls of that age. At each one I interviewed their proprietress and investigated their books. I managed to trace the Hilton family to an establishment run by Lady D’Winter who had requested a place for Miss Hilton for a period of six months. Lady D’Winter takes girls for a full year only and after an interview with the family she stated they decided to keep the girl with them as initially planned.

Thus I can only deduce that Miss Hilton perished in the tragedy that took her parents and her body is lost at sea.

Please find attached my full report,

Sincerely,

Albert Blackwater.

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14 responses to “A Report from a Man at the Commission.

  1. Beth :)

    14th February, 2013 at 03:04

    No! They nearly found her but now she’s stuck at the school 😦

     
    • kathleen

      14th February, 2013 at 05:06

      Yeah, so close but yet so far, as the saying goes.

       
  2. liauntamed

    14th February, 2013 at 03:33

    What is Lady D’Winter up to? Why lie about having Bobby at the school

     
  3. Margaret Pendragon

    14th February, 2013 at 04:35

    What a cliffhanger!

    Why would D’Winter even want to keep her? For a slave…worse?

     
    • kathleen

      14th February, 2013 at 05:10

      Well, we already know she’s got at least one servant off the books…

       
  4. Seal

    14th February, 2013 at 19:24

    Either, Lady D’Winter simply wants to use more cheap labour or there is something we don’t know about her…..BTW when is part two starting?

     
    • kathleen

      14th February, 2013 at 21:58

      I guess you’ll all just have to wait and see!
      I have another added extra scheldued for next thursday and hope to have part two begining the thursday after that.

       
  5. caterpillar

    17th February, 2013 at 00:22

    So, Lady D’Winter lied to the Commission guy, to keep Bobbie as a servant?
    That’s evil!
    So, now, I’m caught up. This is a fabulous story and I’m so looking forward to more!

     
    • kathleen

      17th February, 2013 at 18:19

      She sure did lie! Yeah, evil, right? Yay fo being caught up! There’s one more added extra to come on Thursday then Part two should begin the Thursday after that (All going well).
      Thank you so much for all your kind comments! I’m glad you’ve enjoyed it so far.

       
  6. ghekate

    18th February, 2013 at 10:10

    Ahh! That’s terrible! But what does it mean by “amongst the bodies (plural) not uncovered…” Does that mean someone else’s body wasn’t recovered, besides Bobbi?

     
    • kathleen

      18th February, 2013 at 10:34

      Yeah, it does. Big shipwreck, not all bodies of those on board were recovered.

       
      • ghekate

        18th February, 2013 at 10:36

        Awww I was hoping there was a chance somehow for someone we knew. 😦

         
        • kathleen

          18th February, 2013 at 10:37

          Sorry! But no 😦

           

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