The Death of the Doctor

The Doctor and the Governess attended the Long Run Massacre event hosted by the Painted Stone Settlers on the weekend of September 9-11 in Shelbyville, Kentucky. The event was a recreation of events that occurred in 1781.

Both performed for the benefit of the publick. The Governess gave a talk about women's fashions on Sunday afternoon and the Doctor performed demonstrations on the Art & Mystery of Surgery on both days.

A native holds the Doctor's hair aloft!
During the final battle reenactment on Sunday afternoon for the public, the Doctor and the Governess were killed by the local savage... the natives even going so far as to take the poor Doctor's wig from his head.

Never you fear intrepid readers, the Doctor and the Governess aren't gone for good. The Long Run Massacre represents their final appearances in public for the remainder of the year.

It's been a good run, but I'm tired, and ready for the break from the wig. In the meantime, be sure to have a look at some of my OTHER projects:

Join us for some Jane Austen era fun in Tennessee!

The NEXT Doctor's adventures in the Royal Navy during the years between 1800-1810.

The NEXT Doctor's adventures after his retirement from the Royal Navy and move to the United States. be continued...

1 comment:

Elizabeth said...

I can't wait to see the doctor's further regenerations!