By British Broadcasting Corporation, Stephen Cole
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But my grandmother says we come from another world. Somewhere. That's what she has always told me. ' Bella took a hank of dirty straw and rubbed at her tear-stained face. ' 'It doesn't matter what you look like,' Sarah said. She found herself backing away. 'You killed Rector Adams, didn't you? ' Bella shook her head. 'But I was there. I caught up with her in the woods last night. I saw her do it. She was mad with the bloodlust. ' 'Come down with me,' Sarah said. ' Absurdly, the servants came to dish out dessert - winter fruit puddings that gleamed bloodily in their dishes.
Sarah listened, amused, as Turner swore and then appeared, slump-shouldered, from round the corner. He took in the hidden Sarah with a wry look. ' Sarah nodded. ' They took off after her, stumbling in the drifts, which seemed to be getting deeper. The maze was much more complex than Sarah expected and soon she grew worried. If you got stuck in here all night you could freeze. They found Bella's silver slippers, their straps snapped. 'Cinderella,' said Turner simply, and Sarah could tell by his voice he was anxious too.
Soon, they'd found the sea - a strange, flat, dead blue. Susan had dipped her finger in the oily water and looked at the bleak mountains around them, which, like the sea, seemed incapable of supporting any form of life. ' she'd suggested tentatively, but the Doctor had shaken his head impatiently and Barbara had realised that she was doing the same. 'Israel,' she'd said, at the same time that the Doctor had muttered, 'Palestine. They'd looked at each other and the Doctor had shrugged time travel rendered them both potentially correct.