The sprawling mansion at the tip of the sound used to be the epicenter of high society life on the peninsula. The lavish parties that the wealthy young couple would throw every few weeks during the season were known far and wide among the hoity-toity upper class residents who summered at the Sound.
But then tragedy struck when Malcolm’s young wife lost her life in a freak boating accident. After that, Malcolm was never the same. In his state of deep depression, he fired all of the household staff and the grounds crew, and unlike when his wife was still alive, the once majestic property quickly slipped into a state decay.
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