More ghostly goings-on and Holmesian mystery this week

The second week of October see more tales of mystery, suspense and dark happenings unfold through the vocal skills of the Seanchai Library SL, including the second part of A Night in the Lonesome October.

The full list of activities are as follows. All times SLT, and the in-world location, unless otherwise stated, will be at Seanchai Library’s SL home region of Imagination Island.

Sunday October 7th:

  • 10:00 – Spooky Tales at Fruit Islands: Derry McMahon and Bear Silvershade read Washington Irving’s The Spectre Bridegroom and Poe’s The Cask of Amontillado, along with other spooky tales and more spooky tales, all at Haunted Fruit Islands
  • 14:00 – Tea Time at Baker Street: join Caledonia Skytower as she tells The Adventure of the Beryl Coronet, in which the Great Detective is enlisted to unravel what has happened to three beryls missing form an valuable coronet, and why the son of a banker who has received the coronet as collateral against a loan, was apparently trying to bend or break the coronet…
A Night In The Lonesome October continues on Monday 8th October at Seanchai Library SL

Monday October 8th:

Tuesday October 9th:

  • 19:00 – Things That Go Bump in the Night: ghostly goings-on as told by Bear Silvershade

Wednesday October 10th:

  • 19:00 – Which Witch? with Faerie Maven

Thursday October 11:

  • 19:00 – Nocturnes from Ireland: Dark, daring, utterly haunting tales of lost lovers, predatory demons, and vengeful ghosts from the pen of John Connolly, as told by Shandon Loring, featuring Mr. Pettinger’s Demon and The Inn at Shillingford.

Friday October 12th:

  • 18:45 – The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: Derry McMahon and Bear Silvershade read Washington Irving’s classic tale at the Breedables Fright Night (see the Seanchai Library SL’s website for details of the location, once confirmed)

Sunday October 14th:

  • 18:00 – Ghosthunters & The Incredibly Revolting Ghost: Caledonia Skytower brings this tale of ghostly happenings to Magicland.

All presentations are in Voice.

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