When the team reaches Bremerton’s home, read the following:
You thought the old-fashioned image of a haunted house was a stereotype, but here’s one right in the middle of Seattle. Set back from the road in a grove of trees is a large two-story stone mansion with tall, narrow windows, a slate roof that slants at odd angles, and several tall chimneys. It even has gargoyles (the stone variety, not the paracritter variety—you hope!) perched on several of its corners. The house is surrounded by a large yard and completely enclosed by a three-meter, gothic wrought-iron fence. A locked gate prevents entry, but you do see the familiar form of a small speaker box next to the gate.