The original Bowtie Club with such lovely smiles. I found this rooting through some stuff the other day. I think my blog needs more handsome footmen, obviously. And a chauffeur. Never forget the chauffeur.
like the idea of Thomas being able to see ghost/attract. Just imagine Sybil and
Edward constantly berating him on the choices he makes. Also, Sybie enjoys being
around Thomas so much because Sybil is always talking to him (because she’s
dead, and it helps to talk to someone who can see her), and Thomas acts as the
medium between mother and daughter.
also makes things break and drop around Jimmy whenever he feels that he’s
getting to close to Thomas (because Edward is a little jealous, and doesn’t
think that James is good enough for Thomas), but will also whisper into his ear
things that Thomas likes (like his favorite cigarette brand) so that James can
go buy them.
is there too. Always playing piano, though only on a level where Thomas can
hear him. He’s always playing sad tunes though, eternally depressed due to
Daisy’s falsified love.
occasionally he baits James towards the piano to play happier tunes, because he
can’t stand seeing Thomas sad (because it’s just not in Thomas’s nature to be anything
but snarky and sarcastic, and it frankly disturbs him even as a ghost),and it
livens up the servants hall.
when people walk by Thomas’s door, they hear him talking aloud to his friends,
but thinks he’s talking to himself. Carson just adds that to another long list
of things that are “wrong” with Thomas.
ghost do really kind things for the people they consider Thomas’s friends. Sybil
puts flowers in Baxter’s room, and also give her new material for her embroidery.
She sends telegraphs to Anna, telling her to “Keep on Trying,” and attaches
Anna’s favorite scent to them . Plus strange clothing and jewelry will appear
in Anna’s room out of nowhere.
leaves Jimmy new piano books (when Jimmy still works there), and books on how
to be a gentleman magically appear on Jimmy’s bed (courtesy of Edward).