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The Phantom of Ashdene Ridge

Drama series set in a children's home. It's Halloween and Tyler and the DG gang investigate the ghostly tale of old Lady Thriftpenny.


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THUNDER RUMBLES

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They shivered in their beds.

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They heard her on the first step.

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They heard her on the second step.

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-How many steps has this place got?

-Shh, shh, shh.

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Then, they heard her on the third step.

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Why didn't she just take the lift?

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THEY LAUGH Yeah, they all laughed, too.

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Until they heard her on the top step.

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-CREAKING

-What was that?

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They could all see the door knob turning.

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DOOR HANDLE CREAKS

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The door flung open.

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-And she said...

-Hello children.

-THEY ALL SCREAM

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All right, calm down.

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I'd like you all to give a warm welcome to our new night manager.

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Mimi Blunt. Happy Halloween, everyone.

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LIGHTNING CRACKS

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Oh, sorry.

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LIGHTNING CRACKS

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That's everyone loaded up.

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Are you sure we can't persuade you guys to come? Free tickets.

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Nobody wants to come to a boring old show on Halloween.

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-I've never had a Halloween before.

-Me neither, not a proper one.

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Are you heading off then? Have a grand time.

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Your first night and we're abandoning you.

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-Oh.

-At least we're only leaving you with five.

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Oh, you wee bairns not going then? I hear it's a hoot.

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It's not scary. Halloween's the best holiday of the year.

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-Better than Christmas?

-Er, yeah.

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Well, unless the reindeer started eating people.

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I see. Wonderful.

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Let's not make it too scary, eh?

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-I'm trusting you.

-Not too scary.

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I've got it.

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THUNDER RUMBLES

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-Get it.

-Come on.

-You've got it.

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-Got one.

-What have floating apples got to do with Halloween?

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I don't know. They just do, all right?

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What was that ghost story you were trying to tell us earlier?

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It's the Legend of Lady Thriftpenny, who haunts this house.

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It gets passed down to every single generation that comes here.

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Well, pass it on, then.

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OK.

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Thriftpenny was an old widow who died here.

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She was super vain, really into her looks.

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If you look into the mirror long enough, she'll be there,

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staring right back...

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..at you.

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What are you doing?

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Playing dress-up, are we, like some stupid kids?

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Every time I try and tell a story...

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The ghost can't be real, I would've seen her,

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I look in the mirror loads.

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Maybe you scared her.

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What a bunch of losers.

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Oh, good, I need your help.

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I want make a good impression tonight,

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so I'm going to tidy the house, top to bottom.

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But you know what they say - many hands make light work.

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But, it's Halloween.

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And what scares kiddies more than saying, "Tidy up!"?

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Alex, I'm so glad you could join us. Can you take the vacuum cleaner,

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empty it and then use it on this filthy floor?

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I've got dust allergies, yeah.

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Sorry, sometimes I come across a wee bit relaxed.

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When I said, "Can you?"

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I meant "Do it!"

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THUNDER CRACKS

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So, what fun we'll have.

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Come on.

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You know, we should have just gone to the theatre.

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I thought you said Halloween was supposed to be fun.

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It's not my fault Mimi's here.

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Tell that to my broken nail.

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You broke the wall.

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Wait.

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There's something in here.

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-SHOUTING

-Shh, someone's coming.

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Ah, excuse me.

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What do you call that?

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You said empty the hoover, you didn't say where.

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Come back here. I've got your number, sonny Jim.

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Then text me, yeah? Your voice is giving me a headache.

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-What's this?

-A book, obvs.

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No way! This is it.

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This is our Halloween.

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"28th October, 1986."

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"The others don't believe me,

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"but I know Lady Thriftpenny's ghost is real,

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"watching me.

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"Maybe she's watching me right now."

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This is amazing. Where did you find it?

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Right here.

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The person that wrote this must have been in care, like us.

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She's got like maps and pictures of the house and everything.

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See? I told you lot, Halloween is sick.

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"30th October - finally I'm on to the truth."

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"I discovered she hired an artist in the 1920s."

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"We have painted your portrait of Lady Thriftpenny.

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"She was so vain that she was never happy with the picture.

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"It drove her mad. She died in the attic before it was finished."

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"They say her face was left blank."

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Why don't you have a sleepover somewhere else?

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-I want to watch a horror.

-Shh!

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Right on time.

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"If anything happens to me..."

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"..give my love to Lottie, to my stupid sister...

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"..because tonight..."

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"..I'll confront the ghost."

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Oh, what?

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There's no ending. The page has been ripped out.

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But what happened?

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-It's the ghost!

-THUNDER CRASHES

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-This looks like a lot of mess to me.

-HOOVER WHIRS

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We didn't steal it. We found it.

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We'll let Mike decide that.

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He'll know whether or not you've stolen private property.

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Until then, it's off limits.

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-But....

-Off limits.

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What if Lady Thriftpenny comes for my pretty face?

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There's no such thing as ghosts,

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and you need to put that silly notion to bed,

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otherwise that is exactly where you'll be going.

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Come on. A real ghost hunt.

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Best Halloween ever.

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Think about it.

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People will be telling stories about how we stopped Lady Thriftpenny

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for years to come.

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I'll stay here and guard the sweets.

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You want to be alone with the ghost roaming around?

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-Whoooo!

-Alex, back off.

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You know, maybe it's too much for their first Halloween.

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Typical girls, scare so easy.

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As if.

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We're no wimps.

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-Let's do it.

-But ghosts are scientifically impossible.

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-You're just frightened.

-I'm not.

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It'll be fun.

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Kevin mentioned the attic, maybe it's the ghost's lair.

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Ooh, there's lots of spiders up there.

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It's perfect. Me and Joseph will go.

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Oh, because a scared little girl can't handle it.

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I didn't mean...

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You get the diary back.

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I bet there's loads of clues in there.

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Let's go ghost hunting.

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If ghosts leave their bodies behind, why do they wear clothes?

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I don't even know what we're looking for.

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-EERIE VOICE:

-Whoooo!

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I'm sorry, Tyler, I don't think ghosts exist.

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-EERIE VOICE:

-Whoo!

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What's that then?

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-BOTH:

-Agh!

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-Burn!

-HE LAUGHS

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You should have seen your faces.

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That's going straight online.

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Mimi put the journal in a locked drawer, but we don't have the key.

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Oh, well, we tried.

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Or we can just find the key.

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I wish Mike would tidy up after himself.

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Hurry up.

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It's not here.

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Mimi's coat.

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Stop trying to ruin our fun.

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What? I'm only having a laugh.

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Can't you take a few jumps?

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You scared Joseph.

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I'm fine.

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Scared you more like.

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If you're not going to help, then get lost.

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I can do what I please.

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What are you looking for now? A magic lamp?

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I know what my first wish would be!

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Maybe there's a secret chamber you can get locked in.

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Or, a secret door.

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Don't take his side.

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No, there is - a secret door.

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Yes, I've got it.

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You'd better put this back.

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Why's Mimi got a receipt for the theatre?

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We're meant to be getting the diary.

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Yeah, and you're supposed to be on lookout.

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What are you two girls doing in here?

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Mike said there was another attic.

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It's full of junk, so he keeps it locked.

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-Well, it's not locked now.

-Are you thinking what I'm thinking?

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Go downstairs and tell Miss Blunt?

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No.

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What are you doing in the office?

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We was looking for Chloe's...

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..comfort pen.

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Chloe's comfort pen?

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Yeah. Um, I like to chew on it, when I get nervous.

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Ah, here it is.

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See, it's got-it's got chew marks on it.

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THUNDER CRACKS AND ELECTRICITY SIZZLES

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Oh, no.

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Urgh, gross.

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I'm sorry, I panicked.

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THUNDER CRASHES

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THEY ALL SCREAM

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Awesome.

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It says here Lady Thriftpenny commissioned a painting by an artist

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called Christophe Messin.

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Well, stop MESSIN on your phone and start looking around.

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Well, he's famous.

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One of his paintings recently sold for millions.

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You're missing out on all the fun.

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You're not scared, are you?

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No.

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It's OK, don't panic.

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Here, put these round until we get the lights back.

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The pictures have all turned around.

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Oh, nonsense, you must have just brushed past them.

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Yeah, but, she wouldn't have just brushed past them all.

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Look at these weird footprints.

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It's paint.

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Some of this stuff's been around for hundreds of years.

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I mean, if I was a ghost, I would definitely live here.

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Congrats, you've found a pile of rubbish.

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Yeah, you're just jealous didn't find it first.

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Wait. What's this?

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Is that a picture frame?

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It could be the Lady's painting, which means the story's true.

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Now it's time for my next magic trick -

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Alex eats his words.

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Voila!

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ALEX CLAPS SLOWLY

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Well done.

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You found some mouldy wood.

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At least I tried.

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WOMAN WAILING

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Did you hear that?

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The scary moan? Yeah.

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It's probably just the hoover.

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WOMAN WAILS AGAIN

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A scary blood-sucking hoover.

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It'll be the boys messing around.

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Now, I'm going to go and sort out the electrics. You stay here.

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Are you joking? You never split up in horror films.

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Oh, nonsense.

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Yes, you're a bunch of teenagers in a big old house at Halloween, but...

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..just stay put.

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Urgh.

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Tyler, can we go?

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-Tyler.

-All right, all right, stop being such a baby.

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HE SCREAMS

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I hate Halloween!

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Joseph, wait!

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Got it. Let's go find Tyler.

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FOOTSTEPS APPROACH AND WOMAN WAILS

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-FLOORBOARDS CREAK

-Footsteps.

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Just like in Tyler's story.

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It's the ghost.

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DOORKNOB RATTLES

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SHE SHRIEKS

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Joseph, where are you?

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Alex, I'm not falling for that again.

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You do realise you're wearing a dress, don't you?

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Who are you talking to?

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Alex.

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Hold on.

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THEY BOTH YELL

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-Candi-Rose?

-Quick, shut the door.

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No, if the ghost can't come through a door,

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then I don't think we should be so afraid of it.

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Sh, he'll hear you!

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Don't be such a baby. "Oh, help me, please!"

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Oh, you want help?

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You're not a pink princess that needs rescuing.

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Tyler needs the diary.

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SHE RATTLES THE DOOR

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It's jammed.

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We're trapped.

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-I told you there was a ghost.

-Great, do you want a medal?

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Just admit that I was right.

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There you go again.

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I don't force people to do what I want.

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What does that mean?

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You get too wrapped up in Tyler.

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Joseph was totally scared but he went along with it for you.

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-He was having fun.

-Was he?

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WOMAN WAILS

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I'm not going to die in this bath with you.

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I'd rather face that thing.

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Me too. Ready?

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-BOTH:

-Agh!

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I always used to be scared.

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You what?

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Every night at home when me and my sister heard someone coming up the

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stairs, we used to hide under our bed.

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Halloween was the one time where everyone was scared

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and I didn't feel alone.

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I'm so sorry.

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You're so brave and you've been through much scarier things

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than some silly old ghost.

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Right, how do we get out of here?

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-DOOR RATTLES

-Stay behind me.

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You girls - out, now.

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Thought you'd take advantage of the new girl, did you?

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Running around, causing havoc.

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You don't understand, this house is haunted.

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Oh! And I'm the Loch Ness Monster.

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Oi, Nessie, it's true. I saw the ghost.

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Less of your lip, laddie.

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I'll have you out of here so fast you'll get whiplash.

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It wasn't us.

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You expect me to believe that there's a real true-life ghost

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knocking around, do you?

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Well, no, because it's you.

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-I beg your pardon?

-Well, think about it,

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she's been trying to distract us all night, making us clean up.

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I was trying to make a good impression on my first day.

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We're all supposed to be watching some play you bought us tickets for.

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Why did you want us out of the house?

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Mike knew about the tickets, I was trying to be nice. What a monster.

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I think we may have all taken this Halloween thing a wee bit too far,

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but you can rest assured there are absolutely no ghosts here.

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Wait, hang on, how come we've never seen Mimi and the ghost

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-at the same time?

-LIGHTNING CRACKS

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-It's the ghost, behind you.

-It's behind you.

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-Where?

-It was there.

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Don't worry, I'll go take a look.

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What if the ghost gets you?

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Oh-ho-ho! It would take more than a ghost to scare Mimi Blunt.

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Stay here.

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Pull yourself together, woman.

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Now what? Tyler wanted to play ghost hunter

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-and now we're getting done for it.

-I wish the ghost had got you.

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Shut up. You're both as bad as each other.

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-I'm out of here.

-That's right, you run, he sulks.

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Grow up. We've got a ghost to stop

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and we need to work together to do it, all right?

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Right. So, we know the picture's got a connection to the ghost,

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but how are we supposed to find it?

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There has to be a clue in here.

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The lamp. I got my hair stuck on this in the secret attic.

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Right, OK, so, you go and find the painting

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and we'll distract Miss Blunt.

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If she's still alive.

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Don't worry, I'll handle Mimi.

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ROCK MUSIC STARTS

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No.

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ROCK MUSIC GETS LOUDER

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I haven't got time for this.

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ROCK MUSIC STOPS AND DOOR SLAMS

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Hey!

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-Hey!

-SHE KNOCKS ON THE DOOR

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Let me out.

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-Get me out!

-SHE KEEPS KNOCKING

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Get me out!

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What now? What if we got it wrong?

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CLOCK TICKS AND CHIMES

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Look, the moonlight, it's moving.

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What if we're meant to avoid the light?

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What if it vaporises us?

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Whoa.

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It's so pretty.

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Amazing.

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The moon would have to be at exactly the right orbit.

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This could only happen once a year.

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Well, we'd better figure this out quick, then.

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CLOCK KEEPS CHIMING Is it a clue?

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It's got to one of them.

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Well, I think it's pointing at that brick.

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What's in there?

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I don't know. It feels...

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TYLER YELLS

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Someone's got me!

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Help!

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TYLER LAUGHS

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I'm joking.

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-Well, don't.

-PHONE BEEPS

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It's Chloe - the ghost is coming.

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There's a lever.

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Help me.

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-Is that it?

-Yep.

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Lady Thriftpenny's lost painting.

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-Come on.

-Let's go.

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The other way!

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THEY ALL SHOUT AND SCREAM

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Agh!

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SILENCE

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THEY ALL START SCREAMING AGAIN

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JOSEPH YELLS

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-We got it.

-I think we lost her.

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Does the diary say how to kill a ghost?

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Technically, it's already dead.

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-BOTH:

-That's it.

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DOOR CREAKS

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Whoooo!

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Whooo!

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GRUNTING AND A THUD

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-GROANING

-Boo.

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When I find out who looked me in...

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This is kidnapping. Are you trying to get me fired?

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Stop lying. We know it's you.

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-You're behind it all.

-All of what?

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You're Kerren. You're one of us.

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You wrote in the diary and you used to live here.

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She didn't!

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Shh! You know this already.

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Oh, yeah.

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You're KMB.

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I checked your ID and your middle name's Mimi

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and your first name's Kerren.

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And I've seen that lucky locket somewhere before.

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In this photo.

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Now, the mystery started when you used to live here.

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You found out about the painting and began to work on the clues

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but you left before you could finish.

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It was only when you found out how much the artist's work

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was selling for that you finished the clues and came back.

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And you chose Halloween because it was the only day that the moon would

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show where the painting was hidden.

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You and the ghost tried to keep us busy to try and get us away.

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And little old me did all of this, did I?

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-Your turn.

-Candi-Rose!

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Oh, sorry.

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She used paint and old clothes from the loft,

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a hover board and hey presto - a ghost with a sick style.

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That's a very interesting story,

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but it doesn't prove I was after the painting.

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Oh, yeah?

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-Hey!

-SHE MUTTERS

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You had all the answers to the mystery,

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thanks to the missing pages of the diary.

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We've got you now, Kerren.

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Fine.

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You win.

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And if it hadn't been for you pesky kids

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and if my idiot of a sister had been more scary,

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I'd have gotten away with it, too.

0:26:200:26:22

She's your sis?

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-The girl from the photo?

-How's this for a plan?

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You take her, I'll take the painting.

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Agh!

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THEY LAUGH

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How much was that painting worth again?

0:26:350:26:38

Hey, at least it's finally finished.

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Best Halloween ever.

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HE HOWLS

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Would somebody please take this stupid thing off me?

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Oh, the police are on the way.

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I think they'll help you out.

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I leave you on your own for a few hours and...

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-What happened?

-Come and find out.

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I want to thank my fellow ghost hunters.

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I couldn't have done it without them.

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-This is our story.

-Well, get on with it.

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Prepare to be terrified.

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This is the true story of the Phantom of Ashdene Ridge.

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HE WAILS

0:27:240:27:26

It all started when we found the ancient diary.

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The Legend of Lady Thriftpenny...

0:27:310:27:33

..was finally revealed.

0:27:340:27:36

Agh!

0:27:390:27:40

THEY GIGGLE

0:27:400:27:42

Whoo!

0:27:420:27:44

THUNDER CRASHES

0:27:520:27:54

It's Halloween and Tyler and the DG gang are left in the house under the watchful eye of the mysterious new night manager, Mimi Blunt. Tyler begins telling a ghost story, but Mimi has other ideas. As the gang are forced to clean, the discovery of a hidden diary sends them into the tale of Lady Thriftpenny, an old ghost that haunts Ashdene Ridge.


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