Nick stormed into the kitchen throwing papers on the table where Emma sat sipping tea.
“These are forged documents.” Nick stated
Emma grimaced “Without a provenance, you would not have granted me an interview. There is no provenance, Nicholas, the portrait of the King was a personal gift.”
“I should report you to authorities.” Nick threatened
“Why haven’t you?” Emma asked.
Nick paused before replying “your handwriting matches the script on Lady Isobel’s portrait and that’s not possible.”
“Yes, that’s true.” Emma replied.
“What do you gain from this deception? Nick asked. “Why involve me?”
“I need closure.”
Emma and Nick have come out to play this week. The photo above was taken at a civil war re-enactment camp. The participants don’t take re-enactment lightly and do diligent research into the real-life person they are portraying and for a weekend they inhabit a person who lived over a century ago.
UPDATE: A commentator reminded me that I have a video of the woman pictured above. Let me introduce Ellen Radshaw House and this is her story:
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