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Post Author at Pan HistoriaLily Meadows posts in Deadwood

As evening fell, Lily held onto Hearst’s arm. He was reluctant, but had finally conceded to going for the entertainment. There wasn’t enough in Deadwood that didn’t involve flesh or gambling. Lily could see the tight muscles working in George’s jaw as they strolled along the boardwalk. It wasn’t far to the library—where it had been decided to present Dr. Seecomb. The medium was already there, setting up his materials and getting a feel for the site. The female assistant to the doctor had been adamant that the place be cleared of anyone, particularly doubters as it would affect the aether and humours.

Mr. Chigwell and his fiancée, Miss Hornwell, were hovering near the door along with a few ladies with stern countenances that must be the Ladies’ Tea Society. Lily tried to ignore their assessing regards, exchanging light handshakes between gloved hands with them.

“Are we going inside?” asked Lily, peering around the others at the blackened door.

Miss Hornwell shook her head. “As soon as the Dr. and his assistant arrived, we were asked to wait out here. They are cleansing or something.”

One of the older ladies snorted. “I highly doubt that. Setting us up, that’s my thought.”

Hearst laughed. “I am with you, lady! This is nothing but an elaborate scam.”

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