The vision had been a terrible one, bought on by this morning’s paper. There had been so much blood, such an awful, awful lot of blood and Adith could not sit by and ignore such a vision. It had been clearer than many that had been afforded him before and it was his duty at least to warn the men in question of what he had seen.
He had not, though, expected that he would have any trouble getting in to see the man.
“No! You have to let me see Lord Edgar!” He shouted, resisting the attempts to pull him away from the man’s door. “Let me go! Let me go! He’s in terrible danger!”