I opened the door of the coal cellar, and stood there in the darkness staring at the faintly lit doorway into the kitchen, and listen- ing.
I crept back to the coal cellar, shut the door, and began to cover myself up as much as I could, and as noiselessly as possible in the darkness, among the firewood and coal therein.
The ordinary banking chambers were not even visited; entry and exit are believed to have been effected through the coal cellar
, which is also situated in the basement.
Or maybe he's got down some area and is in a coal cellar
Because," continued Agatha, ignoring the question, "you shall wish yourself dead and buried under the blackest flag in the coal cellar
if you don't bring me the book before I count sixteen.
The weapon was discovered in the family's coal cellar
Replacing the coal bins, but referencing their past, is the new Coal Cellar
+ Grill, where guests and locals alike can enjoy the hotel's restaurant, bar and lobby lounge.
He became the first criminal captured by telegraph after the ship's captain recognised the fugitives and wired the news back to London -where by this time a headless, limbless corpse had been discovered under Crippen's coal cellar
Alberta imprisoned me in a coal cellar
and her mad owl Wagner kept stopping me escaping.
Perhaps his legacy is the village's Toll Bar signpost on the A616, replicated from the original discovered in his coal cellar
and since donated to the Tolson Museum.
Duncan's future fellow band member, Matt Dangerfield, had a basic four track studio in the coal cellar
of his Maida Vale appartment.
Best's mum Mona, originally bought the Victorian property following a win on the horses and converted its coal cellar
and basement after reading about beat clubs in London.