The Victorian house of pain is a nightmare to walk into.
Built in 1910, it’s a terrifying place for children and pets.
A decade after it was built, the house is still haunted by the memories of those who died inside.
The house has many secrets, including the gruesome death of a baby, the mysterious disappearance of a neighbour and the mysterious deaths of three women.
The Victorian House Of Pain The first story in this series begins with the house’s first occupant, a young woman named Rose.
In the house, Rose lives alone in a room with a door.
She has no friends or lovers, and the only thing she knows is that her father is dead and she’s the only one who can save him.
As Rose gets older, she discovers that she’s not alone.
She’s been adopted by a man named Robert, who wants to give her a chance at life.
But as Rose and Robert get closer to each other, their relationship becomes more complex.
It’s during this tumultuous time in Rose’s life that Robert kills her father.
A house full of ghosts Robert, who is described as having a “long, dark beard and black hair” and a “fierce, dark expression”, and a large, spiky black hair, has been living in the house since Rose was born.
He is described by some as having “black hair, curly black hair and a beard”.
Robert has been in the Victorian house since it was constructed in 1910 and the last time Rose was seen alive was in 1910.
But, after her death, he has continued to live in the home for a long time.
In her last journal entry, Rose writes: “Robert has left us all a legacy of violence.
His name is now unknown, but he has lived here.”
After Robert’s death, Rose goes to visit Robert’s family, and she meets a woman named Maria who was once a friend of her father, who died in the family’s home.
Maria tells Rose that her mother died in 1915, and that Robert killed her father to save her.
“Maria tells me that she has seen him kill his father and has heard stories about him,” Rose writes.
Rose tells Maria that she believes her mother’s story and that she will not tell anyone about her father’s death.
At this point, Rose is terrified, and so she starts to search the house.
Her search leads her to a room in the attic, where she finds a diary.
In the diary, Rose finds the words “a very strange diary”.
“In the diary was written: ‘the devil has come to the house’,” Rose writes, as she begins to look through the diary.
Robert tells Rose he was attacked by a bear in the barn, but Rose believes he’s telling the truth.
When Rose looks at the diary and finds a message about Robert’s murder, she decides to follow her father back to the barn and take him to the farm.
She doesn’t tell anyone she’s going back to Robert’s house, but instead follows him to a barn where Robert’s body is found.
With her father dead, Rose decides to leave the house and begin a new life.
On her way to the town, Rose meets a young man named Joe.
He tells her he’s going to be a hunter and that he’s got the best rifle in the area.
Joe tells Rose to go find her mother.
But Rose is afraid of the dark.
She doesn’t know how to fight off her fear, and Joe tells her that if she doesn’t go back to her mother, she’ll kill herself.
After leaving the barn to go back, Rose and Joe meet up again.
Joe tells Rose she’s been found.
She thinks she can talk to her father and get him to talk to Rose.
But, as Rose leaves Joe, she finds her mother lying on the ground in the yard.
Then, the doorbell rings.
Rose is told that she must wait outside for the police.
Police arrive and take Rose into custody.
During the police interrogation, Rose reveals that she was in love with Robert’s father and was taking him to see her mother when Robert’s corpse was found.
But her mother didn’t die.
According to police, she’s actually still alive and living in a barn.
What happened to Rose and Maria?
After her mother dies, Maria is taken into custody, and her whereabouts are unknown.
Two years later, Rose, Maria and her brother William are all taken to the same jail.
They are arrested, and when they are released they are taken to Robert and his family.
Before long, Robert tells Rose and Joseph that he has to kill his own father.
He kills them both.
He then kills himself, and Rose is left alone with Robert.