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Dec 2, 5:57pm Top

Lady Prescott said to Sir Nigel on the night he disappeared, ‘Please Don’t Do This’, then rode off on her horse alone shortly after Sir Nigel had rode off. Any thoughts on this?

Dec 2, 8:25pm Top

I think Lady Prescott rode off to see Francis because she was upset. Not sure about Nigel. Maybe he went to confront Francis thinking he was having an affair with his wife.

Dec 2, 9:07pm Top

I thought he might be headed off to confront his brother Francis as I think he's the "unsuitable suitor" and the father of Nigel's heir

Dec 2, 9:18pm Top

I think he was going off to confront the actual father of the baby, presumably Francis.

Dec 3, 5:55am Top

I thought he was going to confront Francis, the father of his wife's baby.

Dec 3, 1:11pm Top

I concur with all of the above.


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