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Arthur wakes up in the middle of the night to the sound of wind and a child’s cry in “Whistle and I’ll Come to You.” He tries not to worry, reminding himself it is only the ghost, not a living child. He gets out of bed with the intention of pouring himself a drink. Out in the hallway, he gets a feeling that someone has just walked past him even though he knows there is no one there. He goes back to his bedroom to grab a lantern. He trips over Spider, smashing the lantern, leaving him exasperated. Arthur has a meltdown and starts pounding his fists on the ground until Spider eventually comforts him. Arthur goes to the nursery in search of a candle, despite his intense fear. Back in...

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