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Gold

Three Victorian sisters experience life as 21st-century teenagers. A face from the past during a history lesson leads Hazel on a private mission.


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# Some things have changed

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# Some things have stayed the same

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# Life and death are not so far apart

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# Walking through the walls

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# And I wouldn't have it any other way

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# Life and death are not so far apart

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# From where we are

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# Some things have changed

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# Some things have stayed the same

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# Life and death are not so far apart. #

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History is all around us. We walk in the footsteps of the dead.

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But...

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what if the dead were to come alive, right here in this classroom...

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with the help of our dressing-up box, of course! Catch!

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Today, we are going to be recreating a crime that happened

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right on these grounds over 150 years ago.

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And here is our prime suspect - a young driver by the name of...

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Tom!

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-Well, I see someone's been reading ahead!

-Yes, sir.

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And so...

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This is Tom Kelly. He worked for my...

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He worked for Sir Charles Ainsworth.

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And what did he do?

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Well, he drove sheep.

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But he also played with Sir Charles's youngest daughter.

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They were best friends. And they always used to sing together.

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I have no idea where you're getting this from.

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But then he went away to look after his mother.

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Look after his mother?

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He was sent to prison for stealing gold.

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Stealing gold?!

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Well, this is twaddle and poppycock!

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Tom Kelly was not a thief!

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So, Mattie - prosecution.

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Hazel - counsel for the defence.

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Oh, Sophie, you do not eat burgers with a knife and fork!

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Rebecca Ainsworth!

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-What is it like?!

-Mmm!

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-David!

-Hello, David!

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-I am trying my best to fit in.

-Rebecca! Sophie!

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It's Tom!

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-Tom Kelly!

-Oh, "poor but handsome and smelled of sheep" Tom. What of him?

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He was sent to prison for stealing gold!

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Goodness, I never knew that!

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Ow! Neither, did I.

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You knew,

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-and didn't tell me?!

-Father thought you'd be upset if you found out

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-your best friend was a thief.

-He was not a thief!

-You are upset.

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He was not a thief! Rebecca, you believe me?

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Rebecca!

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Um... Yes, yes, gold and all that. Can you please pass me the gorgeous?

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Sorry, mayonnaise, please?

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Excuse me! Am I talking to myself here? Or have I died again?

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Hazel, please! Remember where and what we are.

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We must do nothing to draw attention to ourselves.

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Rebecca!

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What?! It's not as if anyone is watching.

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My best friend was sent to prison!

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For something he didn't even do!

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-Erm...

-And I am going to clear his name!

-Hazel...

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Mayonnaise, Rebecca? Here, then!

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LAUGHTER

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It's wonderful for the skin! Lovely!

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Yes, and the hair...

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Hazel, listen!

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Maybe if you ever had any friends, you would understand.

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-I have had friends!

-No, you had horses!

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Hazel!

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Oh! Oh! I'm sorry!

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-Oh, man!

-I am not a man.

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Whatever, don't worry, it wasn't your fault.

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I was listening to meditation chanting and drifted off. I'm Charlie.

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-Ooh, cold hands.

-It is a medical condition.

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Not a serious one. I'm not dead or anything!

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Hey, it's OK. Breathe...

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I can breathe!

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Why would I have a problem breathing?

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I am a perfectly normal living being!

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THEY LAUGH

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And here she is!

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Thank you!

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Rebecca, just ignore them, OK.

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Look, it is so not your fault you got covered in mayo in front of,

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like...the whole school.

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Oh, thank you!

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It is times like these one discovers who one's real friends are.

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All right, take a seat.

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Come on, quickly, not long to go.

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Good.

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OK. I've now read your assignments on Jane Eyre.

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David? David, have you read the book?

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I've read the back of the DVD.

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Good.

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Let me put this in a way that you just might understand.

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If English were a sport, you just lost...to a girl.

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Rebecca Ainsworth. Top of the class!

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Oh. But I...

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Top of the class?

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I thought you captured perfectly the voice of a young Victorian woman.

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-Well done.

-Thank you!

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BELL RINGS

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Anyone failing Friday's test will be staying behind after class.

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Unless they have a school football match, right?

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EVEN if they have a school football match, David.

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-David.

-What's up?

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What is up where?

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Oh, I see.

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I was just thinking, perhaps I could help you prepare for your test

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-and ensure you are able to play in your game.

-Oh, cool!

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OK, here's the plan. You know that building with all the books?

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-Oh, the library.

-Yeah.

-Yes.

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Let's meet in there. Tomorrow lunchtime?

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It is a rendezvous!

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Whatever.

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Look, don't think it's a date or anything.

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I know David would rather hang out with me than...you.

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OK.

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A date...

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-You see? They found the stolen coins in his hut.

-Not all of it.

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Just a couple of coins.

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So maybe he'd already hidden the rest.

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-Then maybe they were his.

-He was poor.

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Where would he have got gold coins from?

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I don't know! I just know he didn't do it.

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-And you were there at the time, were you?

-No. I was...

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-Sophie, where was I?!

-Ssh!

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Oh, hello, Charlie!

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You know him?

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Everyone knows Charlie.

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He appears to be the leader of some sort of club.

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They like to find out who people really are.

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Where was I when this was going on?

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And how is it I remember nothing?

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-You were found unconscious by the old well.

-Unconscious?!

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It was quite a day. First you were found, then Tom was arrested.

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This happened on the same day?

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What of it?

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Well, don't you see? Maybe it's connected?

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Maybe...maybe I saw who stole the gold!

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If only I could remember.

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Hazel!

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Sophie!

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I was starting to remember!

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-It was all coming back to me.

-Do not tell me, you were remembering sheep.

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Oh, Agatha, you are looking lovely!

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Oh, thank you. And?

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-I need some money.

-Then crush your neighbour and steal his cattle.

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No, no, no! We are ghosts.

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We have no need for money.

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No, I do. I have a date.

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So I need some new clothes, some shoes, some jewellery.

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Oh, go on then, you've talked me round.

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How about this little lime green and purple number?

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I have this dress of my mum's.

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No reason.

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And you must always wear armour on a first date.

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You expect me to wear these hand-me-downs?!

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I am Rebecca Ainsworth, the daughter of Sir Charles Ainsworth.

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He built that big house! He owns all this land!

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If I wanted a new dress or a gold chain, I could have it!

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You do know that ghosts and gold

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-don't mix?

-Says the woman who wears lime and purple!

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SHEEP BLEAT

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Hazel!

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I saw sheep, lots of sheep and gold.

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Hey, man, you again?

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You...stay away from me and my family!

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Or I warn you, there will be consequences!

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Sophie...!

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Not that we have special powers, I should add.

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Why did you have to burst in like that? It was working!

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Yes. And now the school is full of dead sheep

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-and Charlie knows we're ghosts.

-No, he does not!

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I told him in a previous life I had been a child in Victorian times.

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-And he believed you?

-Well, he was teaching me

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how to tap into my suppressed memories.

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He is really nice. You should give him a chance.

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This isn't about me.

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It is about you bringing the past back to haunt us.

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Hazel, are you even listening?

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BANJO PLAYS

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Tom!

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That actually works?!

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-Miss Hazel!

-I thought I would never see you again!

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They would not let me say goodbye.

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Well, now is your chance. Say goodbye, Hazel.

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Sophie! Tom is a guest in our house.

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And until we have managed to clear his name, he isn't going anywhere!

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Morning!

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Yes, I smell of sheep!

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I have a date with David.

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I do not even know where to begin getting ready, and I smell of sheep.

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I'm guessing this is a ghost thing?

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Ask Hazel.

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# Too-ra-lye oo-ra-lye

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# And we are bound for Botany Bay... #

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Hazel, this cannot continue!

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She's right, Miss Hazel.

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It's been so much fun, but you don't want me stopping around here.

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-I am trouble.

-What do you mean?

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It's my problem. You should not concern yourself.

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Hazel, he said he was trouble.

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Please, Sophie, I am almost there.

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I just wish I could remember more.

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You swept me away from Charlie before he could tell me what to do.

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Perhaps if Tom stayed, he could help us.

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-Yes? Is there something you wanted?

-No! No, no!

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My guardian has sent me everything I need for my date with David.

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New clothes, new shoes, new perfume.

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Oh...so that's what that smell is.

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Only, I was going to say, if you needed any help

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with your hair and make-up, we could...

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Oh, but that would be...

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Pointless now, I know. Sounds like you've got it covered.

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Oh, no, wait! Christine!

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I do not have a clue what I am doing.

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I hereby throw myself at your mercy and implore you,

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if our friendship means anything to you, please, will you help me?

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Of course we will!

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Thank you so much, girls.

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I have a class now, but I shall meet you later.

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-OK.

-OK. Bye.

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This is our chance to show David

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just how ridiculous his new study buddy really is!

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So THIS is where I was found unconscious?

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I do not see how this is going to help.

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If you are not going to help, you need not stay!

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I see something else...

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-A bag of gold...in the soil, right here.

-Right here?!

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It's not here! Darn it, I need that gold!

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Well, you do know ghosts and gold don't mix?

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-Try telling that to Edwin Fingers.

-Who's Edwin Fingers?

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I'm Edwin Fingers!

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-Hazel, what have you done!

-Me?

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I didn't conjure up this one!

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You were right. We need help.

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Where's that gold?

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I've told you before. I don't know where it is.

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I buried it here, and you dug it up.

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I did not. It was somebody else.

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And I'll keep taking from you, just like you took from me!

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No, you won't, cos I didn't take it from you. Let's go!

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That's right, run!

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I'm on to you! You won't get away!

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Thank you, truly! With friends like you, who would need servants?!

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-Oh, but I must go! David will be waiting.

-So let him wait.

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Rule one on a first date. You never get there on time.

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Unless you want him to think you're, like, desperate.

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No.

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Oh, it's such a shame Christine had to dash off.

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She won't be able to see my transformation!

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Ooh... Do you think he will like it?

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It's Hollywood glamour. I hear David loves this look.

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Hollywood glamour.

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And now relax into a lotus position and breathe.

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I'm sorry to interrupt, but we need your help again.

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-We?

-Yes, we need your help.

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Christine!

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Rebecca! You finally made it.

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And...don't you look a picture!

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I thought you said you had a class.

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No, no, we've been keeping each other company. Haven't we, David?

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Well, good luck.

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You'll need it.

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Ahem.

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Oh, hey, Rebecca.

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Take a seat. I'm just re-reading chapter nine.

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Oh, chapter nine.

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That is SO romantic.

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What, the part where her best friend dies of TB?

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So romantic.

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You have read the book?

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I read the introduction and it was hugely informative.

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I don't believe this.

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-You said you were able to help me.

-But I thought...

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If I don't pass, I'm going to miss my match.

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Thanks for nothing.

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I'm sorry.

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Not as sorry as I am. See you later.

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You are going back to a past life.

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You are a child of Victorian times.

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How is this going to work, exactly?

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I'm drawing out a central piece of the memory puzzle.

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It's essential when summoning a past experience.

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I see.

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Hazel's brain is performing a kind of mental time-travel.

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Visualise yourself that day.

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Who did you see,

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what games did you play?

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Games.

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Game... I played a game...

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Tom!

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I must find Tom.

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-Who's Tom?

-Terribly long story.

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I'd better go after her.

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Thank you, Charlie.

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No worries.

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Come on, girls.

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Tom!

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There you are!

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-Sorry to wander off. How did you find me?

-Easy.

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I just followed the smell.

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Tom, I must talk to you.

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I had a flock of six and there's definitely one missing.

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Tom, it's important! Please.

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It is Fingers again, I tell you.

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He's been stealing my sheep for ransom

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to make me confess to where his gold is.

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You, boy!

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-Oh, not in here.

-Oi!

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Oi! OI!

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We are safe in here.

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He cannot pass through walls with his gold.

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What happened here?

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I just wish I could rest in peace without him always turning up.

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I tell you, if I find out who it was who set me up...

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Perhaps they're not trying to set you up.

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Perhaps they were just trying to help.

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It was you?!

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You put the coins in my hut?!

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It is just all these memories are coming back, they're like triggers.

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Am I right? Was it you?

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Yes.

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Oi!

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I was playing with the coins and...

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-I just wanted you to be rich and happy.

-I was poor and happy!

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Well, I was until I got sent to prison for stealing gold!

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Tom, I am so sorry.

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Maybe your triggers will tell you about the rest of the gold?

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Oi! >

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Hazel, I need the rest of that gold to get Edwin Fingers off my back!

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I cannot remember...

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You'd better start remembering.

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BELL RINGS

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Wow, a real courtroom. I've got 17 witnesses

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and a psychological profile.

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-Where's your speech?

-I do not have one.

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-You've learned the whole thing?!

-No, I mean, I do not have a speech!

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Whoa. You are taking this way too seriously.

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Bring in the defendant, Thomas Kelly.

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ALL: Baa! Baa! Baa!

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Come on, Hazel, think.

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M'lord, it is the Crown's assertion, that on 1st October 1853,

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a quantity of stolen coins was found in the possession of Thomas Kelly -

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an impoverished and uneducated farmhand

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working on the Ainsworth Estate.

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ALL: Baa! Baa! Baa!

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Order! Silence in the court!

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Counsel for the defence, come back!

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-Psst!

-Hazel! What are you...?

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-Rebecca!

-Go away.

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She doesn't want to see anyone, apparently.

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-I need you to help me find some gold!

-But David hates me!

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We can work on the David thing later, but right now, we need you!

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I remember now, I hid the gold down the well.

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Well, I suppose searching for some gold might take my mind off it.

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Well, I found the gold, but someone was coming, so I hid.

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It was that greasy Edwin Fingers coming to check on his treasure.

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Treasure?

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-Oh, the treasure! Quick, Jonathan!

-Oh, Rebecca!

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Wow, look at her go!

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I went to find Tom to ask him what to do with the gold,

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but he was not at his hut.

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A few of the coins must have fallen out while I was there.

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You could have found a more convenient hiding place for them!

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I do not think I was trying to hide it at all. I think I must have,

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I don't know, fallen and found unconscious by the well.

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But then Tom got the blame. And now he hates me.

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And I fear if we do not find the gold, he'll never be at peace.

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We must find it and give it back to Edwin Fingers.

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-Give it back?!

-To the man who stole it?

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But if we do not, Tom will never be free.

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Yes, and that is such a shame,

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-yet, morally, we should keep it!

-Is this it? Here!

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We are rich!

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Oi! Give me back my gold!

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Oh. But you have no use for it now!

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I am more than happy to relieve you of your burden.

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Rebecca, just give him the gold!

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NO!

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I'm coming, my boys, I'm coming!

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Agatha was right.

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Ghosts and gold do not mix. Quick!

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No! I'm on my way down, boys!

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Miss Hazel! I came as soon as I could.

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-Where is he?

-Ah, my pretties!

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-He jumped in after the gold.

-Hey!

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Hey! Let me out!

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-Hey!

-But he's a ghost. Can't he just go through it?

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-Let me out!

-Of course he can!

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As long as he empties his pockets!

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Never! I'd sooner stay down here forever!

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In that case, enjoy your gold!

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I'm free at last.

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Thank you.

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So this is it.

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Goodbye, Miss Hazel. I'll see you on the other side.

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I'm sure you will.

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Thomas Kelly, I hereby find you...

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not guilty.

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Costumes back in the box! Thank you!

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Congratulations.

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Thanks.

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Hazel! A word, if you please.

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You realise I'm going to have

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to change the whole syllabus, all thanks to you and your wild theory

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that threw doubt on Tom Kelly's conviction.

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Nice work.

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# Some things have changed

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# Some things have stayed the same

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# Life and death are not so far apart. #

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A face from the past during a history lesson leads Hazel to search for and confront a memory from her days as a young girl. She embarks upon a private mission that not only sees the return of an old friend but also a less welcome ghostly guest. Meanwhile Rebecca is excited to become David's study buddy in English class.


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