BCS Audio Vault 013: Mr Morrow Becomes Acquainted with the Delicate Art of Squid Keeping

Issue #164

Introduced by the narrator, T.D. Edge, commenting on the Victorian upperclass’s absurd but implacable self-belief as captured in Geoffrey Maloney’s story.


They couldn't be serious, Morrow thought, could not possibly be...but then the Major allowed the squid to slip from his fingers and into his mouth. Miss Twickenham stifled a horrified gasp. Morrow’s heart quickened its beating. Surely, there had been some sleight of hand in the Major’s actions. What he had witnessed was impossible, and he wondered just how strongly the professor’s tobacco had been tinctured with laudanum.

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