While Captain Peacock and Miss Lovelock are renovating the attic room for Miss Brahms, she, Mr. Rumbold, Mrs. Slocombe and Mr. Humphries are trying to plant potatoes, which, of course, is easier said than done. Meanwhile, Captain Peacock and Miss Lovelock discover that one wall of the attic room is hardly more than paper. Behind it, they find a mummified cat, which judging from the newspaper which has made up the wall, has been there since about 1790. The whole gang (except the Moulterds) go into town, to bring the cat to the museum. When they are finally received by the curator, he accepts the cat and shows them a few other items in the museum. Then, when they get home and Mr. Moulterd finds out what they have done, he points out that they shouldn't have removed the cat. Sure enough, soon bad luck starts befalling everybody and "paranormal" things start to occur. At first, Captain Peacock claims there is a logical explanation to it all and decides to sleep in the attic room. However, soon there are mysterious things happening, which even ha cannot explain. The next day, they all go back to town to get the cat back. The curator is very glad to be rid of it, since it appears it has brought very bad luck to the museum too.- Written by Anders E Lundin
Paranormal activity runs rampant in Millstone Manor when Captain Peacock removes a petrified pussycat from the attic wall.- Written by Anonymous
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