The Light Upon the Moor
£0.99 GBPBuy Now It is in this song that the story's atmosphere of Gothic tragedy begins to take shape. The song opens on the first morning at Baskerville Hall, with sunlight streaming in through the stained-glass windows. Events soon begin to close in on Sir Henry and Dr Watson. A woman who Watson knows to be the housekeeper is heard weeping in the night, and another woman who Watson meets while walking on the moor mistakenly warns him of impending doom unless he leaves at once (believing him to be Sir Henry). The butler Barrymore is discovered to be creeping around the Hall in the dead of night, and an eerie cry coming across the moor on the cold night air strikes fear into the hearts of Watson and Sir Henry. Finally, Watson catches a brief glimpse of a man outlined against the moon. When Watson looks again, the figure is gone.
CreditsWritten, performed and produced by Graham Dunnington. The characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are used here by kind permission of Jonathan Clowes Limited, on behalf of Andrea Plunket, Director of the Arthur Conan Doyle EU Trademarks. The characters of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are used here by kind permission of Andrea Plunket, Administrator of the Conan Doyle Copyrights.
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