Please forward this error screen to 144. Baudelaire orphans are sent to live with their third guardian, Aunt Josephine, who lives on a house overlooking Lake Lachrymose. Aunt Josephine, who lives in a house atop a hill overlooking Lake Lachrymose, a lake so large that hurricanes series of unfortunate events wide window pdf occurred in that area. Aunt Josephine, despite being a good-hearted elder, lives an unusual lifestyle of having phobias of almost everything from cooking food to her welcome mat.
Aunt Josephine declines to believe this due to Captain Sham’s apparently charming personality. That night, the children hear a crash and find out that their new guardian had jumped out of the Wide Window that overlooks Lake Lachrymose, and that before doing so left a note for them informing them that Captain Sham will be their new guardian. Despite relating their suspicions to Mr. Poe that the note was a forgery by Count Olaf, he again refuses to believe them, thus they are forced to have dinner with Mr. Poe and Count Olaf at a cheap and grimy restaurant called the Anxious Clown.
Needing a distraction to come up with a strategy, Violet puts peppermints in her own food and that of Klaus and Sunny. Count Olaf to allow them to go back to their aunt’s house. Klaus shows them how Aunt Josephine had written the note, due to the handwriting, but purposely made grammar mistakes to make a hidden message, which are the two words ‘Curdled Cave’. Once they finish the note, Hurricane Herman hits and the house begins to fall apart into the lake. The Wide Window shatters and plunges into the lake. They retreat to the front of the house when that part of the house falls into the lake. With this information, the Baudelaire orphans travel by foot to Captain Sham’s boat store near Lake Lachrymose to steal a boat to get to Curdled Cave while another hurricane strikes.
After Sunny steals the keys to the boats, they suddenly wake up but fail to capture them, so the children are able to sail to the cave. They finally endure the storm and reach the Curdled Cave, where Aunt Josephine reveals that Count Olaf forced her to write the note, and he had simply broken the Wide Window to cause them to believe that she had committed suicide. Aunt Josephine’s stomach since she ate a banana under the one hour limit. They are able to send a signal for help, but only Count Olaf arrives in a ship.
After leaving Aunt Josephine to be eaten by the leeches, he brings the children back to the house, where Sunny is able to prove that he was Count Olaf to Mr. Poe by biting off Count Olaf’s fake wooden peg to reveal his eye tattoo underneath. He and his henchperson escape and lock the Baudelaire Orphans and Mr. Poe in the gate of the house, and when they get out of the gate the convicts have already escaped, leaving Mr. Poe to look for a new guardian for the Baudelaires. On the side of a building in the picture hangs a sign in the shape of a pair of glasses with a pair of squinting eyes, referencing Dr.