Bly Manor Event based on the horror novel Turn the screw. So there are plenty of supernatural elements in season 2 of The drag franchise. There are ghosts, but the most interesting thing about it Bly Manor Event it may be the collection of dolls made by Flora Wingrave (Amelie Bea Smith).
Fans may remember a similar model house in the first season of The drag series. Does Flora’s doll tie back Hill House Event?
Flora Wingrave has a collection of faceless dolls
From the outset, it is clear that Flora has another connection to the dolls with whom she plays.
“Dolls, for children, are a way of playing with representations of real people,” showcased Mike Flanagan explained Vanity Fair. “I think for kids, it’s about discipline. Children have such a small group. Dolls provide that. ”
Flora’s dolls may seem like an innocent child’s play at first glance, but they are talismans she makes to protect the people she loves. After losing her parents, Flora creates dolls and keeps them in her dollhouse – a replica of Bly Manor – in an effort to keep them safe.
Flora’s doll collection features Bly rulers including Owen (Rahul Kohli) and Mrs. Grose (T’Nia Miller). But she also has dolls of older spirits in her home, such as the pest doctor and the Lady in the Loch – a doll that is still outside the dollhouse.
Shirley Crain has a model of the family home forever in ‘The Haunting of Hill House’
In Hill House Event, the Crain family moves into Hill House to convert and sell. Unbeknownst to the family, the house is full of demonic ghosts that eventually destroy the Crains.
When they first move in, the children are immediately brought into the house – with the exception of Shirley (Lulu Wilson). To get rid of her daughter’s shoes, Olivia Crain (Carla Gugino) reveals her plan for the next building they will buy as a family – the house that will be “home forever”.
The plans Olivia shares with Shirley are going to be on her guard after her mother dies and is gone.
As an adult, Shirley (Elizabeth Reaser) uses the plans of her deceased mother to create a model of the family home she designed. The model lived in the office of Shirley and her husband’s funeral home until it was destroyed by Olivia’s demonic presence.
Flora Wingrave’s doll’s house and Shirley Crain’s model home are both symbols of mourning
Flora’s dollhouse is a tool she uses to overcome the grief of losing her parents. While the faceless collection of dolls may seem daunting at first, the charms meant to ward off evil were inspired by her mother, Charlotte (Alex Essoe). Before leaving for India, Charlotte explained the cause of talismans to Flora. After the death of her mother, Flora adopted Charlotte ‘s practice of making these talismans to prevent another horrific accident.
Like Flora, Shirley’s model was always at home as a way of coping. While her other brothers were saddened by writing novels or turning to drugs, Shirley kept her mother’s memory alive with the model. It didn’t matter if Shirley had plans to build it one day. Adhering to the replica was Shirley’s way of feeling close to her mother, who was raised by Hill House.