He keeps my booze inside his dome.
Twisted Every Way: Prologue and Chapter 1PrologueYou may have heard of the Opera Populaire's mysterious "Phantom." Well, my dear readers, this is not entirely true. The Phantom did exist—not in name, but at least in presence—but only through the mind of the distraught Christine Daaé. Miss Daaé is now my patient, under my care. She has made immense progress and has earned the privilege to have visits from the Vicomte de Changy again. Miss Daaé is expected to be released in a fortnight at the time I am writing this. This is her story, to be published after my death and hopefully after hers.—Dr. Marius Dumont,Charenton Asylum; Saint-Maurice, France, 1882. Chapter 1Charenton Asylum; Saint-Maurice, France, 1882.From the Journals of Dr. Marius Dumont*****It was one year ago that the strange affairs at the Paris Opera began taking place. Christine Daaé, the daughter of the famous Swedish violinist, Charles Gustave Daaé, was in the chorus. She dan