The Ghost in the Machine
Review by Crow Carpenter
Note from Julie: Sometimes Crow watches television and I watch him watching television. Sometimes I'm bored enough to take pictures and videos of him watching videos. This is how I've been affected by isolation. It could be worse. Uncle Morty is trying to learn the bagpipes and Jarad was last seen wrestling a large vine and calling for a machete. On the other hand, if you are taking the time to read this maybe you shouldn't judge us. Anyhoo...here's how Crow felt about the story of a haunted painting, a love story gone wrong, and a secret underground tunnel.
Synopsis of "The Ghost in the Machine" - Charlotte McKinley believes she is being haunted by her dead sister, Elspeth - who disappeared nearly a decade ago. Some of the family believe that Charlotte's husband, Victor, is responsible. Charlotte decides that an exorcism is the only way to get rid of the ghost and calls on Father Brown to come to the family home. Brown reminds Charlotte that no one has ever found the body and that perhaps Elspeth is alive. He does not believe in ghosts and instead of an exorcism, he proceeds with a blessing and an attempt to solve the mystery. Crow watched the entire episode. Here are his takeaways.
List of Things I Didn't Like - by Crow
That's my review? When do I get paid?
Crow Carpenter was found under bush near the Sacred Chickens Farm in 2013. He demanded to be taken to the residence, fed, and catered to. This was done though never quite to his satisfaction. His hobbies include training his humans, fighting with his brother, Brutus, and jumping at the window to frighten birds. He was the artist's model for the book Things Get Weird in Whistlestop.