GTH Poem

This poem is kind of significant in Ghost of Thornton Hall:

Tip for you when reciting this: stay alert and listen well.

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~Little Jackalope~

14 responses to “GTH Poem”

  1. Ooo! Can’t wait to find out its meaning! The poem in MHM was amazing! I can still recite it! Haha.

  2. Anonymous says:

    For some reason when I read the poem I read “Dear, sweet chocolate”… I thought it was signaling at koko kringles. I must be hungry…

  3. Redd15 says:

    @Future HeR Animator, it’s kinda funny that you say that because I just finished playing that game tonight!

  4. Claire says:

    Is Charlotte the name of the ghost, maybe? 🙂

  5. Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait to find out what the poem really means!! What am I saying? can’t wait to play the game!!!
    I’d totally play DOG or Legend of the Crystal Skull, I like them both!! LJ which one would you play in real life? 🙂

  6. AppDude27 says:

    I was wondering what happened to the poems in the Nancy Drew games! The classic ones all seemed to have poems in them one way or another.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Hmmm… Is it some sort of chant? And Charlotte is the girl who goes missing? I CAN’T wait to play GTH!!!!! Anyway I would LOVE to solve SAW or HAU in real life!!!
    ~JOY77

  8. Anonymous says:

    Oh wait… in the preview of GTH Nancy says it’s “Jessilen” Thornton who went missing. So who is Charlotte? Is she the “ghost” wearing the mask in the preview?
    ~JOY77

  9. Anonymous says:

    Reminds me of the poems from Blackmore Manor! Scary!

    From me,
    Silvertongue.

  10. Isis4Ever says:

    Listen my child to this story of dreams,
    And know that the beginning is more difficult than it seems.
    When the ten daughters are reunited in order,
    When the four-sided box loses its border,
    When the eye of the phoenix is in your hand,
    When the bird of fire can see again,
    When the moon sleeps and the sun plays,
    The king of the sky will shine his rays,
    And hidden beneath a river of colors
    Will lie the gate to golden wonders.

    Did I get it! 😀 Can’t wait to see what this poem means!

    ~Wolfie

  11. Anonymous says:

    I think I got it! Is this the “epitaph” you mentioned in the post of Feb. 19??? Written on a tombstone in memory of Charlotte maybe? 🙂
    ~LOY77

  12. Anonymous says:

    Whoa! I love poems in games!

    Any limericks about Nancy, Ned, Bess, George, and Deirdre etc. coming up, HeR? Limericks are sooo much fun. Quite enjoyable.

    Hey, it looks that I’m not the only who has the MHM poem memorized. High five, guys!

  13. HopeFollows says:

    At first, I thought it was a poem. But when I read “when reciting this: stay alert and listen well,” I realized you’re giving us another clue about something.
    Hmm…
    It could be a chant or a spell. Or even a note to this Charlotte. Fire, red – heat, passion, love, lips. Night, black – soul, bleak… alright, I can’t think of anything else for night and black.
    Gah, this is gonna drive me nuts. Please tell me I’m getting at least somewhere on this.

  14. Isn’t Jessalyn (sp?) supposed to be the modern-day descendant of the Thornton family? That’s the impression I was under.

    And I’ve got a hunch that Charlotte is the ghost girl, who wears a beautiful dress and costume party-style mask in the trailer…

    Dear, sweet Little Jackalope, please come back and tell us more!

    PS. Hiya, Wolfie! Nice to see a familiar username on here!

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