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}}'''Curdled Cave''' is a location on [[Lake Lachrymose]]. It is currently for sale and was the hide-out of [[Josephine Anwhistle]] following her forced suicide note and escape from [[Count Olaf]].
   
'''Curdled Cave''' is a location on [[Lake Lachrymose]].
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== ''The Wide Window'' ==
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Curdled Cave was first mentioned in ''[[The Wide Window]]'' when the [[Baudelaire children]]'s Aunt Josephine told them stories of her adventures with her late husband, wherein they traveled from Horrid Harbor to the cave.
   
It is currently for sale and was the hide-out of [[Josephine Anwhistle]] following her forced suicide note and escape from the murderous bad actor [[Count Olaf]].
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Later in the book, Josephine was forced by Count Olaf ([[Captain Sham]]) to write a suicide note, but formulated a plan to escape and wrote a series of grammatical errors in which the secret of her whereabouts was concealed. Josephine then threw a chair out of the window in her library and flung herself down into the water below before getting into a canoe and paddling off to Curdled Cave.
   
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Once they had decoded their Aunt's message, the children found her in the cave and persuaded her to leave, using her irrational fear of realtors to their advantage.
   
==The Wide Window==
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It is a known [[V.F.D.]] safe place but was claimed by a "treacherous team of realtors" according to [[Kit Snicket]].
The Curdled Cave first appeared in ''[[The Wide Window ]]'' as a location on Lake Lachrymose surrounding the Baudelaire's new hometown.
 
   
It is first mentioned to the Baudelaire Orphans as they come to live with their new guardian Aunt Josephine Anwhistle who tells she used to be quite adventurous when her dead husband Ike Anwhistle was alive.
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== Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game) ==
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In the [[Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game)|video game]], Curdled Cave appears as a brief level area of the ''Wide Window'' sequence, wherein Sunny enters the cave through a small hole and must slide into the cave below to retrieve Aunt Josephine's Grammar Books; otherwise, she refuses to depart. The Level features red puzzle pieces and is later a revistable level area.
   
She recounts them as travelling all the way from Horrid Harbor to Curdled Cave.
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== Appearances ==
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* ''[[The Wide Window]]''
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* ''[[The Penultimate Peril]]'' (mentioned)
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* ''[[Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (film)]]''
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* ''[[Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game)]]''
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* [[A Series of Unfortunate Events (TV series)|''A Series of Unfortunate Events'' (TV series)]]
   
Aunt Josephine is then eventually attacked by Count Olaf under the disguise of a sailor named [[Captain Sham]] who invites his way back to her home while the Baudelaire Children will shop for a dinner for all of them.
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== Sources ==
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{{reflist}}
   
Back at the house Count Olaf reveals his true identity to Aunt Josephine and then forces her into writing a last will and testament crossed with a suicide note.
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== Gallery ==
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Aunt Josephine then formulated an escape and secret message to be found by the Baudelaire's which will reveal the hiding place she will be at.
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Curdled Cave (Movie) + Cast.jpg|Aunt Josephine in Curdled Cave
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Josephine then threw a chair out the window and flung herself down into the water below before getting into a canoe and paddling off to Curdled Cave.
 
 
[[Violet Baudelaire|Violet]], [[Klaus Baudelaire|Klaus ]] and [[Sunny Baudelaire|Sunny ]] then returning home discovered her note pieced together the grammatical errors of the note knowing not even in her own death note would she use bad grammar survive Hurricane Herman which destroys her home sail off in the other canoe of her house to Curdled Cave.
 
 
There they find her and asked to live there with her.
 
 
Klaus, Violet and Sunny then persuade Josephine out of her irrerational fear of realtors to leave Curdled Cave where she is soon thrown to the leeches by Count Olaf.
 
 
==Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events (Film 2004)==
 
 
[[File:Curdled Cave (Movie) + Cast.jpg|thumb|left|Aunt Josephine In Curdled Cave]]Curdled Cave appearence in the Lemony Snicket film follows the Wide Window book where Aunt Josephine who had explored the cave back in her no fear days flees following Count Olaf's attack to Curdled Cave where is soon convinced to leave by Violet, Klaus and Sunny.
 
 
Aunt Josephine is killed just waters away from Curdled Cave on Lachrymose Lake just like the the Wide Window and the mention of Realtors coming to look at the for sale cave like in the book is what convinced Aunt Josephine to leave Curdled Cave though sher wishes to return following demanding questions reagrding their parents and Ike's room.
 
 
==Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events (Video Game)==
 
 
Curdled Cave in the Video Game appears as a brief level area of the Wide Window sequence where Sunny entering through a small cave hole must slide into the below cave to retrieve Aunt Josephine's Grammar Books otherwise she refuses to depart.
 
 
The Level features red puzzle pieces and is later a revistable level area
 
 
==Appearances==
 
*''[[The Wide Window]]''
 
*''[[Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (film)]]''
 
*''[[A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game)]]''
 
 
==Notes and References==
 
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[[Category:Locations visited by the Baudelaire children]]

Revision as of 02:41, February 2, 2019

Curdled Cave is a location on Lake Lachrymose. It is currently for sale and was the hide-out of Josephine Anwhistle following her forced suicide note and escape from Count Olaf.

The Wide Window

Curdled Cave was first mentioned in The Wide Window when the Baudelaire children's Aunt Josephine told them stories of her adventures with her late husband, wherein they traveled from Horrid Harbor to the cave.

Later in the book, Josephine was forced by Count Olaf (Captain Sham) to write a suicide note, but formulated a plan to escape and wrote a series of grammatical errors in which the secret of her whereabouts was concealed. Josephine then threw a chair out of the window in her library and flung herself down into the water below before getting into a canoe and paddling off to Curdled Cave.

Once they had decoded their Aunt's message, the children found her in the cave and persuaded her to leave, using her irrational fear of realtors to their advantage.

It is a known V.F.D. safe place but was claimed by a "treacherous team of realtors" according to Kit Snicket.

Sunnydropapple I am NOT a MONKEY!

The following article or section concerns information that is considered even less canonical than the chance of a happy ending. Any information following should not be used as a source for the canon of the book series.

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (video game)

In the video game, Curdled Cave appears as a brief level area of the Wide Window sequence, wherein Sunny enters the cave through a small hole and must slide into the cave below to retrieve Aunt Josephine's Grammar Books; otherwise, she refuses to depart. The Level features red puzzle pieces and is later a revistable level area.

Appearances

Sources

Gallery

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