|@SaralynArati inspired me to do something with the #goldenfiddle story. And from the personal journal of Ms. Seraphim McLean-Phelps, we know as an antique dealer, Ms. Phelps does know how to do her research.
This pocket watch came to me during one of the many trips I took in the old world. I was in Paris, and the shop keeper was so eager to get rid of it, and he gladly sold the watch to me for almost nothing. The shop keeper was kind enough to disclose to me a chilling history of this artefact. This watch came to the shop keeper through the hands of two scavengers. They found it in the ruin of a very famous high-end night club, the entire building was burnt to the ground, but this little thing went untouched. The night club belonged to a Lady Evia Brambilla, so the watch must be hers as well. The next day the two sold the watch, the scavengers, their charred bodies were found in their shack. The creepy part, their bodies were nearly reduced to ashes,