|The Terror of London|
Spring-Heeled Jack returns to bedevil the good people of London. Stop him!
Charles Dickens memory
London, United Kingdom
- Dickens: Thank goodness you're here! Impossible as it may sound, Spring Heeled Jack has returned! We need to do something before the unthinkable happens!
- Jacob: I thought we'd already dealt with this nonsense.
- Evie: He did say that we had not seen the last of the Spring-heeled villain...
- Dickens: There may be more to this than we originally thought.
- Victim: Get away from me you monster!
- Jacob: You there! Stop what you're doing.
- Evie: Stop!
However, Spring-Heeled Jack threw a smoke bomb and ran away, with the Assassin chasing him across the rooftops. However, every time the Assassin fought him, the former would seemingly vanish and teleport.
- Jack: You'll have to do better than that! No weapon forged by man can harm me! You can't hurt me!
- Jacob: What? How? Where?
- Evie: Vanished! Impossible!
- Jack: Spring Heeled Jack will never die!
The Assassin returned to Dickens and were joined by their sibling.
- Dickens: Thanks to you, the Ghost Club's reputation has grown tremendously! We are a beacon of reason in a world beguiled by superstition.
- Evie: But I believe we have encountered one genuine spirit.
- Dickens: Can you be certain? That's the question. One might surmise that the spirits that haunt us are simply our deepest fears, manifested as apparitions.
- Jacob: Shame. I've always wanted to see a ghost. Or a goblin!
- Dickens: I propose a toast! To the Ghost Club, and the virtuous twins that have aided it: Miss Evie and Mr. Jacob!
- All: Cheers!
The Ghost Club failed to uncover the mystery behind the mysterious Spring-Heeled Jack. Nevertheless, Dickens thanked the Frye twins for their help in making the Ghost Club's reputation grow.