Double Feature: W is for Werewolf & Night Must Fall

Synopses: In W is for Werewolf, Jim arrives in Cape Howe to meet his old friend Bill Andrews who happens to be a Doctor. On arriving he is startled to find out that Bill owns a private island of his own, a little place where he and his son, John (who has become something of a recluse) now call home. Bill requested his friend bring a variety of books on lycanthropy. If the fact that Bill now owns his own island was a bit of a shock for Jim, imagine when he meets young John after so many years to find that his hands are overgrown with thick amounts of hair.

Night Must Fall is the story of a grouchy invalid named Mrs. Bramson and as body parts appear around the house, the staff is frightened into leaving her alone. One servant comes back to kill the old woman for her money.


The Argument: Halloween is a family tradition around here and these stories were some of our founder’s favorites. Enjoy a trick and treat from our home to yours.

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In W is for Werewolf, Jim arrives in Cape Howe to meet his old friend Bill Andrews who happens to be a Doctor. If the fact that Bill now owns his own island was a bit of a shock for Jim, imagine when he meets young John (Bill's son) after so many years to find that his hands are overgrown with thick amounts of hair. Night Must Fall is the story of a grouchy invalid named Mrs. Bramson and as body parts appear around the house, the staff is frightened into leaving her alone. One servant comes back to kill the old woman for her money.

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Synopses: In W is for Werewolf, Jim arrives in Cape Howe to meet his old friend Bill Andrews who happens to be a Doctor. On arriving he is startled to find out that Bill owns a private island of his own, a little place where he and his son, John (who has become something of a recluse) now call home. Bill requested his friend bring a variety of books on lycanthropy. If the fact that Bill now owns his own island was a bit of a shock for Jim, imagine when he meets young John after so many years to find that his hands are overgrown with thick amounts of hair.

Night Must Fall is the story of a grouchy invalid named Mrs. Bramson and as body parts appear around the house, the staff is frightened into leaving her alone. One servant comes back to kill the old woman for her money.


The Argument: Halloween is a family tradition around here and these stories were some of our founder’s favorites. Enjoy a trick and treat from our home to yours.