Isabelle Rocher and The Ghost of Prof. James Moriarty

October 4, 2022 at 10:56 pm (Culture, Detective story, Geopolitics and International Relations, History, International Intrigue, News, The Supernatural, Vampire novel) (, , , , , , , , , , , , , , )

Isabelle Rocher or Brigitte Bardot?

The Dashwood Forrest Art Gallery in London was having a photo exhibit of original photos of European actresses.

On this particular early October evening (it had been exactly 3 years since the satanic AntiPope Jorge Mario Bergoglio aka Pope Francis had brought an idol of the demoness Pachamama into the Vatican Gardens to help open the Vatican Synod On The Amazon) it just so happened that the ghost of Prof. James Moriarty (Sherlock Holmes’ arch enemy) was wondering the streets of London.

Hades had granted Moriarty’s ghost a dispensational release from the Realm of the Underworld at the request of the demoness Pachamama.

Moriarty’s ghost noticed The Dashwood Forrest Art Gallery and decided to enter.

He stared intently at a photograph of noted French actress Brigitte Bardot.

He kept saying over and over again, “Isabelle Rocher, Isabelle Rocher.”

“No,” Dashwood Forrest the owner of the gallery approached the ghostly spectral leader, “That’s Brigitte Bardot the famous French actress.”

“She looks exactly like my French mistress Isabelle Rocher,” the brilliant mathematician and criminal mastermind was astounded at the resemblance, “although I never saw her wear a skirt that looked like that. If I had, I’d have probably got hornier and had sex with her a lot sooner.”

“When did this Isabelle Rocher live?” Dashwood Forrest inquired.

“Back in the 19th Century,” Moriarty replied.

“No not many women wore skirts that looked like that back in the 19th Century,” Dashwood Forrest admitted, “save possibly women who worked in the inside of bordellos.”

“I had fled to Latin America when she told me that she was pregnant,” Moriarty recalled, “And when I returned to France, I discovered that she had given birth to a son called Louis. They left Paris and went to the French countryside somewhere. I could never track them down. I saw Louis’ baptismal certificate and she had listed the father as unknown. So I imagine he took his mother’s last name for his own. Louis Rocher would have been his name.”

“There was a famous French scientist called Dr. Louis Rocher who was shot down and killed by the Red Baron the day before the Red Baron himself was shot down and killed,” Dashwood Forrest recalled.

“The Red Baron?” Moriarty’s ghostly face looked quizzical.

“I’ll explain the history later,” Forrest was familiar with entertaining the dead as he once had had an Irish zombie named Mulligan as a manservant.

“And did this Dr. Louis Rocher have any offspring?” Moriarty inquired.

“He did,” Forrest nodded, “In fact his great- grandson Dr. Cadbury Rocher is the chief scientist for Set Enterprises here in London.”

“I wonder who Louis Rocher’s wife was?” Prof. James Moriarty mused aloud.

“Sherrielock Holmes,” Forrest answered.

Moriarty’s jaw dropped, “Sherlock Holmes’ lesser known twin sister?”.

“That’s her,” Forrest nodded.

“You mean I have descendents that have both Holmes and Moriarty blood in them?” Prof. Moriarty was shocked out of his skull.

In fact Moriarty had carried his skull with him out of Hades and had now dropped it on the art gallery floor.

At that moment British MP Renfield R. Renfield and the quite literally immortal Sherrielock Holmes (she had once consumed Lingzhi supernatural mushrooms on one occasion that had made her immortal) entered the gallery.

“Prof. Moriarty!” Sherrielock exclaimed in surprise as she recognized the ghost.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Tuesday October 4th
2022.

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10 Comments

  1. Kritika said,

    Enjoyed reading it. After a long time. Hope you are doing great.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Hi Kritika,

      Sadly my life has been a living Hell the past few months.

      And now to top it off my stupid brainless landlord went and stepped on my tablet yesterday (unintentionally of course) and now it’s full of huge cracks on the screen making it difficult to read anything or watch videos.

      My eyestrain has been out of this world the past 24 hours due to his stupidity and clumsiness.

      My tablet (which I’ve had for years) has really been my sole link to the outside world and now it’s ruined.

      I hope you’re doing all right, my friend.

      • Kritika said,

        I am sorry for your tablet. I hope it gets repaired. Screen replacement hopefully is possible, right?
        I am doing great. Thank you so much kindly 🙂

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Hi Kritika,

        Yes I am hoping and praying that screen replacement is possible.

        I am glad to hear that you are doing great. 🙂

        I miss your poetry.

        I was wondering what became of you.

        Thanks for dropping by and commenting.

        Glad to know that you’re doing well. 🙂

      • Kritika said,

        It would be great if the screen gets replaced. It’s my pleasure to read through your words. Thank you kindly 🙂 I am hoping to start writing again as submitting to typing of words is the only solution to many unspoken ones.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Yes, I am hoping and praying that the screen will be able to be replaced. 🙂

        You’re so right about typing words often being the solution to unspoken ones.

  2. David Redpath said,

    To misquote Harper Lee;
    You can choose your friends,
    but you sure as Hades can’t
    choose your family, Moriarty 😎

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      That’s a good point, David. 😎

      And especially one can’t choose one’s adopted uncle.

      • David Redpath said,

        Uncle Ernie’s lawyer, Robert
        Shapiro, left us in no doubt that
        we were stuck with him, whether
        we liked it or not. Something to
        do with squatter’s rights, since
        he had been residing in our
        garden shed for 89 years.
        Sadly, in Australia, we build
        garden sheds to last. We’ve
        even tried termites, but Uncle
        Ernie would just sprinkle them
        on his Corn Flakes! 🥣

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Interesting that Kellog didn’t think of adding termites to his original Corn Flakes recipe. 🤔

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