This boarding house was located in the town of Novy Odense. It was notably dingy.[1]


In 1962 Lee Scoresby stayed at the boarding house, a payed for a room for a week. Other inhabitants at the time were Victoria Lund, Mikhail Vassiliev and a photographer.[1]



The bathroom was located further down the corridor where the bedrooms were.[1]

Boarding roomsEdit

The boarding rooms were in a corridor of the house. They contained a bed, mantelpiece and a small table. They were narrow and cold.[1]

Dining roomEdit

The dining room was where the evening meal was served. It had a small table, an iron stove and a shelf with various religious books. It also had a small collection of dusty board games such as Peril of the Pole, Flippety-Flop and Animal Misfitz.[1]



Novy Odense
Areas Aland SquareNovy OdenseWhite Sea
Buildings Barents Sea Company administration buildingCustoms HouseNovy Odense bankNovy Odense barNovy Odense boarding houseNovy Odense chandleryNovy Odense town hallSt Petronius' Oratory
Organisations Barents Sea CompanyLarsen ManganeseNovy Odense Courier and TelegraphNovy Odense Harbour CompanyNovy Odense Provincial Customs and Revenue Authority
Natives A. DeaconI.A. DenisovIvan PoliakovJohann AagaardK. HagströmLieutenant HauglandOlga PoliakovaOskar SigurdssonPetersenUnidentified bartenderUnidentified clerkUnidentified Customs officerUnidentified landladyUnidentified MayorUnidentified shopkeeperVictoria LundW.R.K. Ward
1962 H van BredaIorek ByrnisonLee ScoresbyMary AliceMikhail VassilievPierre McConvilleUnidentified gunmanUnidentified photographer
Important FishGas-gunMuscovySeal
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