On the very outskirts of London, farther than the large manor of the long deceased young earl, lies a foreclosed mansion near double in size underground than the expansive visible areas on the surface. Nobody has seemingly lived in this home since 1889, with the passing of the then resident, Madam Forche. The butler of the madam, Felix Anderson, had gone missing the same day, and is presumed dead by today. This is where the story all began. The story of the Forche Curse. Madam Forche was a very vain woman. She never allowed anyone to speak wrong or rude about her, and rarely did she ever accept criticism in any form, and she used Felix to assure that. If anyone were to speak bad about her in the manor, they would never be heard from again. Many years later, Madam Forche was found dead, neck slit, with a chloroform-soaked white rag next to her body. She was wearing a funeral gown and already lying in the coffin. The room and manor was entirely spotless, and the staff were all found in a sleep-like state. They were later determined to have died from alcohol poisoning at around the same time as Madam Forche had as well. Scotland Yard was called to investigate the scene...however, no further evidence was found to convict anyone. Due to the fact that the body was in near perfect condition when found, it was decided that the butler had killed her. Only, he was nowhere to be found. A national search was started for Anderson, but still to this day, nobody has found his body or otherwise. When the news that Madam Forche passed away hit the town and that her butler was presumed dead, many chose to vocalize their opinions on her. Each who did were found in the near exact same state the Madam was found in. The only difference was that the entire house was covered in blood and destroyed, and there was a bloody record set on the bodies. When played, it was the victim describing who had attacked them, before the screams of when they were murdered. Still to this day, nobody has heard from those who vocalize their distaste for her, but there is still no signs of Felix that have been proved true.
The figure the victims described before death