Train of Death

Sunday 7th January 1923

Dear diary. I am currently writing this account in the spare room of The Rose and Crown pub in the village of Ivingstoe. So many shocking, inexplicable things have happened since I made my last journal entry I hardly know when to begin. I still have a hard time believing it all happened. If I […]

Saturday 6th January 1923

It is just surprise after surprise at the moment!
My chums and I met back at The VC to determine what we should do with all the information we learnt yesterday; should we just head off to Paris looking for the Sedefkar Simulcrum or try to do a little digging about here in London first?
Overnight […]

Wednesday 3rd January 1923

What a lovely evening, I am so proud of Uncle Julius.
I have just returned from the Challenger Trust Banquet Lecture which was held at the Imperial Institute. There must have been about two hundred people in attendance. It was black tie or dress uniform for the boys and elegant gowns for us girls.
Antonio […]