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The Haunting of Bly Manor ending explained, and all your questions answered

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If you’re still entwined in the tragic The Haunting of Bly Manor on Netflix, crank up the Newton Brothers’ score, because there’s even more …
If you’re still entwined in the tragic The Haunting of Bly Manor on Netflix, crank up the Newton Brothers’ score, because there’s even more to steep yourself in. A lot happens at the countryside mansion, with mysteries unraveling around housekeeper Mrs. Grose and the faceless Lady in the Lake. In case you missed a few key details, here are some answers to Bly Manor’s biggest mysteries and questions. Read more: The Haunting of Bly Manor review: A very different follow-up to Hill House In The Haunting of Hill House, the first in Mike Flanagan’s horror anthology, Gugino played Olivia, the mother of the Crain family. Here she plays the older version of Jamie, who tells the story of Bly Manor (taking place in London,1987) at Flora Wingrave’s wedding reception (in Northern California,2007). In the end she realizes her horror story is really a love story with au pair Dani Clayton, played by Victoria Pedretti, aka Nell in Hill House. The Yellow Spectacled Spectre is the ghost of Dani’s fiancé Edmund, who died tragically after Dani broke off their engagement. Dani had been best friends with Edmund since childhood, but felt pressured by his family to stay in a relationship with him, ignoring her sexuality. One night, after Edmund discovers Dani doesn’t want to marry him, they fight, leading to Edmund storming out of their car, right into an oncoming truck. His ghost’s glasses are seared with the yellow glare of the lights. Because the young Flora can see the ghost of Rebecca Jessel and the Lady in the Lake, she places talismans of them in her doll house, tracking wherever they are. The faceless ghost of a Victorian Child Flora befriends also helps to shift their positions in the doll house. Flora and her brother Miles don’t want Dani to see the ghosts, because Rebecca and the ghost of Peter Quint have told them not to reveal their presence. They also fear Dani will be attacked by the Lady, who killed Quint. Despite waxing philosophical about the evil in men, Miles was doing his best to be expelled from boarding school and rejoin his sister back home at Bly. While all his antics at school were his own doing, his creepy behavior toward Dani is down to Quint possessing his body. Dani learns the previous governess, Rebecca, killed herself in the nearby lake.

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