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Great Britain. Over 100 people “trapped” in Agatha Christie’s mansion

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More than 100 people have been trapped in Greenway, the former residence of the famous writer Agatha Christie in Devon, England.

The writer’s former residence is a local tourist attraction. On Friday, over 100 people were staying there when a storm raging outside the windows knocked over one of the old, large trees. It landed on the access road to the property, completely blocking it.

Agatha Christie’s residence in Devon, England.Maciej Olszewski/AdobeStock

Tourists did not complain about boredom during their extra-curricular stay. They enjoyed tea in a specially designed room, strolled through the impressive garden and played cricket, one of the “imprisoned” Caroline Heaven reported in an interview with the local newspaper “Devon Live”.

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Agatha Christie’s residence in Devon, England.Loop Images/Universal Images Group/Getty Images

Despite the calm atmosphere in the place, Internet users could not help but compare it to Christie’s cult novel “And Then There Were None”. This book is about ten strangers who are invited to a mansion in Devon and mysteriously disappear. They soon realize that the killer is one of them.

Finally, after a few hours, the services managed to remove the fallen tree and the tourists were able to leave the premises.

Main photo source: Maciej Olszewski/AdobeStock

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