Introductions ◊ Dotty’s Dead Friend Makes Enemies ◊ Enoch Taunts Mr. Drakenslager ◊ Josie Wrough Welcomes the New Arrivals ◊ Ghosts of Candlewick Manor ◊ Pricilla Petty Picks a Fight ◊ The Orphans’ Sleeping Arrangements ◊ Barry Toink Blocks the Path ◊ Cecil Musk, Chef Sangrioli and a Midnight Snack ◊ The Ghost Under The Bed ◊ Altercation over Breakfast ◊ “Dr. Davenfirth” [sic] Administers an Aptitude Test ◊ Duncan Finds an Unlikely Mentor
In Rag-NERD-rok’s newest campaign, four Pathetic Children with unseemly abilities and unsettlingly monstrous deformities are transported to The Candlewick Home for the Unwanted and Unloved. There’s Duncan, a simple but amiable lad of ten. He may be a bit soft in the head, but he stands six feet tall and his torso is encased within a thick protective carapace, so it is unwise to arouse his ire. Enoch is a troubled child of nine whose fondness for his teddy bear and meticulously neat appearance would surely make him the target of other children’s scorn–if he couldn’t see their secret inner guilts and deepest sins, that is. Dotty is a sickly looking girl who often talks to herself or, really, the spirits of the departed that seem to flock to her at all hours of the day. There are times when she can even make them do her bidding. Finally, there’s Jareth–no, not that Jareth–a boy with a singular talent for always having what he needs on hand. Well, in hand, anyway–inside his hollow arm where he keeps all his stuff. What does the future hold for these four waifs, and–more importantly–can they survive their first night at Candlewick Manor? Listen to find out!
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