We find the protagonist discovering the finer points of politics and relationships. It lets the reader see a more human side to the narrator, the Professor, and to the people with which they must interact.
Now that we have people involved, we can look at how interviewing affects the process of ghost hunting, how people’s perceptions can alter the perspective of truth. There is truth to be discovered in the investigation, of course, and the protagonist discovers a truth relating to himself.
The cover art for Hampton Court Ghost uses yet another house in Essendon, with a presence upon the top of a hill. If you ever visit, you’ll spot it straight up.
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