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The Journals of Barnabas Collins

Blunder of blunders, tonight was one calamity after another… with a small raspberry at Angelique thrown in for good measure.  First, I went to check on the condition of Miss Evans (now safely moving into my care) and took no time to sense the heat in the room before I barged in unannounced.  (The deafening thunder and rain helped not a whit!)  Well, this scared the wits out of Miss Winters, Miss Evans, and yours truly, who beat a hasty escape.

Later, I went to check on Miss Winters and Miss Stoddard, I made a similar blunder.  It aided things in no way that I was pulled into waxing rhapsodically about the death of Josette.  Mid-way through, I became aware of my soliloquy and began to veer more and more into the realm of sentiment, winning the hearts of the ladies and shoring up my side of the story in…

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