- Author:Mildred Masters
- Publisher:Scholastic Inc; First Edition edition (January 1, 1982)
- Pages:121 pages
- FB2 format1363 kb
- ePUB format1526 kb
- DJVU format1950 kb
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Paul left the big house and ran down the hill to the river. He sat there for a long time. He wanted to talk to her. I’ll go to the house on the hill, he thought. Perhaps Maria will be there. But the house on the hill looked empty. There were no curtains at the windows. There was a big notice on the gate.
Betrayal at House on the Hill. You can use the Elevator only once a turn. If there isn’t a connecting door on the appropriate floor, leave the Elevator where it is. If you roll the same floor, you may move it to a different door on the same floor. All explorers in the Elevator take damage if an explorer entering it rolls 0. Traitors and Monsters can use the Elevator without rolling, but only once per Traitor/Monster set of turns. If found on the upper floor, the Lake collapses; put it and the explorer next to any door in the Basement.
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Mildred Jane Hill (June 27, 1859 – June 5, 1916) was an American songwriter and musicologist, who composed the melody for "Good Morning to All", later used as the melody for "Happy Birthday to You". Mildred Jane Hill, born in Louisville, Kentucky, was the oldest of three sisters, Mildred, Patty, and Jessica. She learned music from her father, Calvin Cody, and Adolph Weidig.