Thursday, 28 January 2010

Series 1, Number 5

Nicola has an idea

We decided to find Emily on our own.
Nicola: 'Let's use my catering experience and organise fancy dress parties. Made-to-order events, not just tarts and vicars. We serve and entertain this exclusive clientele who might know a thing or two about vanishing girls. We'll be like undercover detectives. And naked is the best disguise.'

Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Thursday, 21 January 2010

Series 1, Number 3

Ashley meets the girls
We became fast friends. Soon I was spending all my time at her flat in Montague St and fell in with her museum and art crowd. I enjoyed being a patron of their creative debauchery, but I was really just there for Emily.
I preferred our quiet time together. Sometimes I even made us sandwiches.
Our friends would tease us, but I didn't care . . .
and as it happened, they would all be working for me soon enough.

Monday, 18 January 2010

Series 1, Number 2

Ashley meets Emily
I was spending a lazy afternoon in the Enlightenment Gallery when a member of staff informed me the snow globe I was holding was not part of the hands-on collection.
So I asked if she'd read my paper on 'Snow Globes of the Renaissance.'
She laughed and said her research was in Tudor coins and she could tell I wasn't the type to be bothered by loose change.
That was Emily. She had me sussed from the start.

Thursday, 14 January 2010

Series 1, Number 1

Emily goes missing
It was a regular night out with Emily . . .
. . . followed by a regular night in.
Next morning I walked her to the tube.
I never saw her again. No one did.