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More Charlton greats.In 'The Scariest Picture of Them All' we learned the valuable lesson that bad luck and ill fortune always look for a chance to ruin us, unless we have a backup plan in case of an emergency, or in this case an emergency backup generator would have been invaluable in keeping the lights on. In 'The Man Who Refused to Die' we learned a few things about Winnie- On page seven we see her as a flight attendant, or as it was called back then, airline stewardess (that kind of makes sense she is used to flying, at least on broomsticks.)On page one she is called Miss Witcherly, so we now know she has a last name and she is single, unless she has tied the knot by now. As always, thanks for the Charlton posts.
http://heromorph.com/heromorph2/modules/myalbum4/photo.php?lid=9428&cid=93Winnie drawn as a superheroine of sorts
Winnie Witcherly, now thats a cool name! I love the panels with her as a stewardess/flight attendant!