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The Frankenstein estate a castle still able and strong overlooked the river Remus in Darmstadt a city that affectionately welcomed a well-studied man or woman to its lecture halls. Its stones little worn and with its own Chapel, the fortress was kind to Mary, a home to her, a place of contemplation where as a child she remembered the construction of a giant magnetic iron pole. A monstrous device used to attract lightening “The Frankstein” was constructed by her father that took years to perfect erect and finish. And then like now, it served the city of Darmstadt on the days of lightning.
Her family’s ancestors “The Franksteins” were now German and British noble aristocrats and participants in the affairs of state. They were the original builders of the city and took great care in the building of the palace grounds and surrounding areas during the 13th & and 14th Century.
Mary was well-known in the city as a well-studied gifted young girl who was a victim of her Father’s tragic past. In the wake of his death, a death she found difficult to bear, she found comfort in her friendship with Virginia her best friend who was now in New York and in her letters those she wrote and the many she had read and collected her fathers being the most cherished. Mary’s family and relatives had moved away from the grounds of the castle after “the incident” as it is so well-known in the Family.
The horses pulled Mary’s carriage and as the roads began to smooth out she peered out from the carriage. The familiar landscape and the smells were beckoned to her senses. She passed the Friedhof an old cemetary where a friend of hers laid buried and who had the most spectaular momument one who beckoned visitors. The grounds had since been converted into a park with benches, a fountain, the chapel of San Miguel and several very impressive tombs that looked more like monuments.
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