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This Old Haunted House

Brad Naylor agrees to renovate a house once belonging to reputed mob boss, Vito Govanni. But there are those who don’t want him too, maybe even a ghost.


Author:    Bill Gasper

Synopsis:

     Welcome to the set of This Home Restored, a nationwide home improvement television program that features the complete renovation of some of the grandest homes in America. The show’s host, Brad Naylor, agrees to renovate a house once belonging to a reputed mob boss, Vito Giovanni.
      This news is not greeted with much enthusiasm from Vito’s nephew, Spats, and his airhead wife, Bubbles, who have returned to the house to search for some hidden loot. As they continue their search, Brad begins filming the show, but he quickly learns that he has his work cut out for him. 
     

This Old Haunted House

THIS OLD HAUNTED HOUSE

A comedy in two acts

by Bill Gasper



This Old Haunted House

 Copyright 2004  

by 

Bill Gasper

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This Old Haunted House



Cast of Characters

7M-9W

Spats Giovanni Small-time hood

Bubbles Giovanni His wife

The Ghost An apparition

Brad Naylor The show’s host

Esther Baldwin Historical Society Matron

Emma Baldwin Another

Linda Snodgrass The show’s director

Charlene Camera Operator

Snake Rooter The plumber

Buzz Henderson The electrician

George “Stumpy” Smith Shop teacher

Brett A student

Melissa Another

Marcie Another

Glenda A town resident

Brenda Her friend


SYNOPSIS OF SCENES

TIME:  The Present

PLACE:  Littlebunkport, New York


ACT ONE

Scene One: Vito Giovanni’s living room

Scene Two:  The same, later that day.

Scene Three: The same, the next morning.


ACT TWO

Scene One: Vito Giovanni’s living room – Later that night.



This Old Haunted House

ACT ONE

Scene One

SETTING: The living room of Vito Giovanni’s living room. The main entrance into the room is a wide archway located UPSTAGE CENTER. DOWNSTAGE of the archway is a landing with railings on both sides and steps that lead down into the room. UPSTAGE of the archway is a hallway running UPSTAGE LEFT to another part of the house and UPSTAGE RIGHT to the front door. Just beyond the hallway is a stairway that transverses upward from STAGE RIGHT to STAGE LEFT to the second floor of the house. Stepping down into the living room, there is a WINDOW to the RIGHT of the landing in the UPSTAGE WALL.  An arched opening is located in the STAGE RIGHT WALL. Another entry is located in the STAGE LEFT WALL. DOWNSTAGE of the STAGE LEFT ENTRANCE is a fireplace. On top of the fireplace is a vase and other decorative pieces. A sofa is placed DOWNSTAGE RIGHT with chairs placed DOWNSTAGE LEFT. End tables and lamps are placed next to the sofa and chairs. Other furniture pieces are placed along the walls as are paintings and other wall decorations. Much of the furniture is covered with sheets as if the place has been abandoned for a while.


AT RISE:  The living room is dimly lit with the main source of light coming from the UPSTAGE window. SPATS appears at the window and peers through and then shakes the window to see if it is locked.


SPATS:  (Talks to someone out of sight.) I think we can get in this way Bubbles. (Works on the window.) It ain’t locked, but it sure is stuck tight. Hold on a second. (Continues to struggle as BUBBLES ENTERS UPSTAGE RIGHT and files her nails as she watches Spats from the landing.) There! I got it! I’m going in! Better watch your step up here Bubbles, it’s kind of dark.

 (As he steps through he loses his balance and fall flat.) 

BUBBLES:  (Moves down into the room and over to Spats and looks down on him.) Are you all right Spats honey?

SPATS:  Bubbles? How did you get in here?

BUBBLES:  Through the door. It was open.

SPATS:  And you were standing there the whole time? Why didn’t you say something?

BUBBLES:  I guess I forgot.

SPATS:  How could you forget that?

BUBBLES:  I don’t know. I just did.

SPATS:  Whatever. We’re inside…that’s all that matters.

BUBBLES:  Are you sure this is the place?

SPATS:  Sure I’m sure. 1241 Applewood Grove. My uncle lived here for 20 years. I spent a lot of time in this house.

BUBBLES:  It’s pretty creepy.

SPATS:  Yeah…now you know how I feel when I go over to your parents’ house for Christmas. (A big thump is heard.)

BUBBLES:  What was that?

SPATS:  How should I know? It was probably nothing. Old houses make a lot of weird noises.

BUBBLES:  I ain’t so sure. I think we better get outta here, Spats. I’m scared.

SPATS:  Not so fast. I wanna get that loot.

BUBBLES:  Are you sure it’s here?

SPATS:  Sure I’m sure. It’s right here in this letter I found in my pop’s things.

BUBBLES:  Oh yeah. I forgot.

SPATS:  (Rolls his eyes.) I should’ve known. Anyways, Uncle Vito says he stashed ten million clams here before he went into that federal witness protection program.

BUBBLES:  So how come your pop didn’t come and pick it up?

SPATS:  Because he never got a chance. After Vito spilled the beans, the rest of the families came after my old man. He had to lay low. Too bad he didn’t lay low enough.

BUBBLES:  Yeah well, let’s go find the money and get out of here before somebody comes.

SPATS:  Hey…don’t worry ‘bout it. Nobody’s gonna come. This place has been deserted for years.

BUBBLES:  I’ll still feel better when we’re someplace else.

SPATS:  Just relax. This letter says he stashed the dough in a secret compartment somewhere in the house.

BUBBLES:  (Sarcastic.) That narrows it down. 

SPATS:  Well, we ain’t gonna find it standing around. Let’s go. (They proceed to move to the archway UPSTAGE CENTER when SPATS suddenly stops and whispers.) What’s that?

BUBBLES:  What’s what?

SPATS:  Shhhhhhhhhh! I hear voices. Somebody’s coming. We need to hide. 


(The couple run to a small chair in the corner and crouch behind it before realizing it is too small. They then take refuge behind another small piece of furniture. Again too small.) The couch! (They rush to the sofa, which is covered with a sheet. They crawl under the sheet just as BRAD, ESTHER and EMMA ENTER UPSTAGE RIGHT).

ESTHER:  Thanks for agreeing to look at the place Mr. Naylor.

EMMA:  We think it will be a wonderful project for your television show, This Home Restored.

BRAD:  (Arrogantly.) Yeah well…I’ll be the judge of that. (Steps down into the room and begins to look around.) Hmmm…very interesting architecture. It’s kind of an odd mix between Gothic and Victorian. (HE strolls to the fireplace left and runs his hand across it.) Nice detail around the fireplace. (HE looks at the ceiling as he strolls right.) Interesting ceiling. (Sees the lumps in the sofa, pauses, but shakes it off. Looks at the entrance right and points.) And where does that lead?

EMMA:  We call that the east wing. Guest bedrooms, library, bathrooms, sauna…

BRAD:  (Cutting in. Points at left entrance.) And that door?

ESTHER:  That leads to the kitchen, dining room, laundry and side entrance.

BRAD:  The house is big, isn’t it? What’s upstairs?

EMMA:  Mostly bedrooms and bathrooms.

ESTHER:  There’s a basement too.

BRAD:  You don’t say? How do you get to that?

ESTHER:  The basement door is just down the hall from the front door.

BRAD:  A guy could get lost in this place. I better stock up on bread crumbs. (Chuckles. No response from ladies.) So…you say this place once belonged to Vito Giovanni, the mob boss?

ESTHER:  Yes it did. In fact, he bought the house as a summer…

BRAD:  (Interupting.) And what happened to him?

EMMA:  Well…he testified against…

BRAD:  And that was five years ago?

ESTHER:  Uh…that sounds about right. It’s been a good five years, wouldn’t you say Emma?

EMMA:  I do believe you’re right Esther. If I recall, it was the summer of….

BRAD:  And nobody’s live it in since?

ESTHER:  The house sat vacant for a couple of years, but then the city condemned the property and put it on the market.

BRAD:  And nobody bought it?

EMMA:  The problem was the city was asking for too much money, so it sat empty for another couple of years. By that time it was starting to deteriorate, so the city lowered the price. Since then, a couple of families have tried to live here, but they all left in a big hurry. They said the house is (lowers her voice)…haunted.

BRAD: Haunted?  That’s a load of horse hockey. Uh…excuse my French ladies. So tell me, how did the historical society get ownership of the property?

ESTHER:  The city was going to tear the place down, but we put up a fight because of its historical significance. It was, after all, one of the first houses built in Littlebunkport.

EMMA:  The city gave us deed to the property under one condition — that we restore it to its original grandeur. That why’s we called you, Mr. Naylor.

BRAD:  That was smart thinking, ladies.

ESTHER:  Why thank you Mr. Naylor. We sure didn’t want to see the house destroyed.

BRAD:  I wasn’t talking about the house. I meant it was smart thinking that you called me. I am, after all, the best there is. Frankly, I don’t care about the house. As far as I’m concerned, it’s just a big pile of firewood.

ESTHER:  Oh dear.

EMMA:  Oh my.

BRAD:  Ladies, ladies…don’t worry. I’ll take on your project.

ESTHER:  Oh thank you, Mr. Naylor. That’s such a relief.

EMMA:  And you’re not worried about the house being haunted?

BRAD:  Haunted smaunted. Let’s go and work out the details.

ESTHER: Wonderful. 


(THEY EXIT UPSTAGE RIGHT. BUBBLES and SPATS throw off the sheet.)

BUBBLES:  Did you hear that?

SPATS:  Of course I heard that. I was sittin’ here the whole time.

BUBBLES:  Oh yeah, I forgot.

SPATS:   (Worried. Begins pacing.) I can’t believe Uncle Vito’s house is gonna be on TV.

BUBBLES:  I think it’s exciting. I love that show…and that Brad Naylor is such a hunk.

SPATS:  Exciting, huh?  Did you already forget about the money? (BUBBLES looks at him blankly.) Uh…never mind…dumb question.

BUBBLES:  Huh?

SPATS:  I gotta get that money before they start tearing this house apart.

BUBBLES:  What’d ya gonna do?

SPATS:  I don’t know. A little of this. A little of that. Badda boom, badda bing.

BUBBLES:  Uh Spats…what does that mean exactly?

SPATS:  Beats me. Us tough guys just say things like that. (Another loud thud is heard.)

BUBBLES: There’s that noise again. Maybe this place is haunted.

SPATS:  It ain’t haunted. Even if it was, Spats Giovanni ain’t afraid of no ghost. (Another thud, much louder this time.)

BUBBLES:  Let’s get out of here.

SPATS:  Uh…yeah…good idea. We’ll come back later for the loot.


 (They hurriedly leave out the window. As they exit, an old man appears at the UPSTAGE ENTRY. He is gaunt and has a nearly white complexion. His white hair is long and unkempt and he sports a scraggly beard. His suit is worn and tattered. He is not wearing shoes. He is carrying an old, large suitcase, which he bangs against the floor a couple of times as the lights fade and the curtains close.)





ACT I

Scene 2

SETTING:  The next day in the living room of Vito Giovanni’s house. It is now the set of This Home Restored. BRAD holds a microphone and looks at the audience as if he is on television. EMMA, ESTHER and the show’s director, Linda Snodgrass, are standing off to the left watching. LINDA is wearing a headset.

BRAD:  Hello everybody. Welcome to This Home Restored. This is Brad Naylor in Littlebunkport, New York, a quaint little village located about 75 miles north of The Big Apple. Today is our first day on our new project, the complete restoration of an old house once belonging to reputed mob boss, Vito Giovanni. The house now belongs to the Littlebunkport Historical Society, which has been given the job of returning this old house to its original grandeur. Here with us today are two members of the historical society, Emma and Esther Baldwin. (EMMA and ESTHER join BRAD and stand to his left.) Thank you for joining us today, ladies.

EMMA:  Happy to be here, Mr. Naylor.

BRAD:  So Esther, tell me a little about the history of the house.

ESTHER:  Well…as you said Mr. Naylor, it once belonged to Vito Giovanni.

BRAD:  And did you ever meet the man?

EMMA:  Afraid not. We moved to Littlebunkport after he left. But everybody here said he seemed like such a kind and gentle man. They never believed what they said about him…that is until his car blew up in the middle of Littlebunkport one day.

BRAD:  Somebody blew up his car?

ESTHER:  That’s what they say…but thankfully nobody got hurt. After that, nobody saw Mr. Giovanni again. The TV reported that he was placed in the federal witness protection program.

BRAD:  I see. So…how did the historical society come into possession of this stately old structure?

EMMA:  The city condemned the property and gave it to us to renovate.

BRAD:  I understand that many people think this place is haunted. 

EMMA:  That’s true, Mr. Naylor. Everybody who’s lived here recently all told the same story. Apparently, they heard loud thumping noises at all hours of the day and night, and on occasion, they would see someone with long white hair and a beard wandering around the house. (Just then the GHOST ENTERS RIGHT with suitcase and walks to the UPSTAGE ENTRANCE and disappears LEFT. EMMA still calmly.) Kind of like that man who just walked through the room right now. (Realizes what she has just said. Gasps.). Oh my goodness! It’s true! There is a ghost. (BRAD whirls around, but nothing is there. ) Did you see it, Esther?

ESTHER:  I most certainly did! It was hideous!

LINDA:  (Comes rushing on.) Cut! Cut!

BRAD:  (Looking behind him.) I didn’t see anything. You old bittys are losing your marbles.

EMMA:  I beg your pardon, you pompous putz! I saw it and so did Esther!

LINDA:  I saw it too! (Looks offstage towards the audience and an imaginary camera operator and talks into her headset.) Did you get that on camera, Charlene? (Beat.) No? That’s too bad. (To Brad.) She missed it.

BRAD:  Okay, enough’s enough. Ha, ha, ha. Very funny. The joke’s on old Brad. Now…can we get back to work?

LINDA:  It’s no joke, Brad. I saw something that looked like…uh…uh…a corpse.

BRAD:  A corpse? Yeah, whatever. Let’s wrap this segment up so I can get out of here. Then, you can all have a good laugh at my expense. Linda, can you edit out that last part about seeing a ghost?

LINDA:  Uh…sure Brad…but…

BRAD:  No buts. Let’s roll.

LINDA: Whatever you say, Brad. (Looks into audience at imaginary camera person and talks into headset.) Go ahead and roll it, Charlene. (She moves to the LEFT.)

BRAD:  (Waits a beat.) Thank you ladies. (Walks toward the RIGHT.) So as you can see folks, we have our work cut out for us. Not only are we battling a rundown house, we also have to deal with the local myth that the house is haunted. Unfortunately, many people in Littlebunkport share that belief. As a result, all of the reputable contractors in this area have refused to work in this house. That’s left us in kind of a bind, but my producer assures me he has found competent replacements. Stay tuned. It should be interesting.

LINDA:  Cut! That’s a take. Good job, Brad. Want to wrap it up for today?

BRAD:  Well, it’s still pretty early. Let’s get another interview in. Any of the contractors here yet?

LINDA:  Don’t you think we ought see who…or what…just walked through here?

BRAD: Still trying to yank my chain, Linda? Well, I’m not buying it. Now, go see if you can round up one of the contractors.

LINDA:  You’re the boss. (SHE EXITS LEFT.)

ESTHER: Mr. Naylor.

BRAD:  What is it this time ladies? (Sarcastic.) Want to report a sighting of the Loch Ness Monster in the downstairs toilet?

ESTHER:  There’s no need to mock us, Mr. Naylor. We saw what we saw. If you’re finished with us, Emma and I are going to go home. We’re a little shaken up.

BRAD:  No problem. We’ll be done here in a little bit.

EMMA: Will you make sure the house is locked up when you leave?

BRAD:  Uh…sure.

ESTHER:  And don’t forget to turn out the lights. We’re on a tight budget you know.

BRAD:  Don’t worry about it. I’ll take care of it.

EMMA:  Just make sure you do.

BRAD:  Goodbye ladies. (He watches them leave UPSTAGE RIGHT.) Old bats.

ESTHER:  (Offstage.) We heard that.

LINDA:  (ENTERS LEFT.) I set up something with the plumber. His name’s Snake Rooter. He should be here in just a little bit. Uh…Brad….just so you know, this guy’s a little different.

BRAD:  What’d you mean, different?

LINDA:  Well…let’s just say he’s got a few leaky pipes.

BRAD:  Huh?

LINDA:  You’ll see. (WALKS LEFT as she talks into her headset.) Let’s roll, Charlene. (To Brad.) You’re on, Brad.

BRAD:  Uh…welcome back. We’re just getting started on our renovation of Vito Giovanni’s house in Littlebunkport, New York. We’re scheduled to meet with our plumbing contractor, Snake Rooter, who has been busy inspecting the condition of the plumbing. (Right on cue, SNAKE ENTERS UPSTAGE LEFT. He is carrying a metal detector and is wearing a headset. He begins to move the detector up and down the walls.) Here’s our plumber right now. Let’s have a word with him and see how things are going. (BRAD approaches Snake.) Mr. Rooter. (SNAKE doesn’t hear him, continues to move detector up and down the wall. BRAD looks back and smiles at the camera. Tries again.) Mr. Rooter. (No response. Finally, BRAD taps him on the shoulder. SNAKE turns and joins Brad.) Mr. Rooter, I’m Brad Villa.

SNAKE:  (Can’t hear because of the headphones. Loudly.) What?

BRAD:  (A little louder.) I said…I’m Brad Naylor.

SNAKE:  (Loudly.) I can’t hear you! (Begins to remove headphones.)

BRAD:  (Now angry. He screams.) I said…my name is Brad Naylor!

SNAKE:  Gee whiz, Mr. Naylor. No reason to yell. I ain’t deaf. 

BRAD:  I wasn’t yelling. I was merely trying to…oh never mind. So Mr. Rooter…do you mind if I call you Snake.

SNAKE:  I don’t see why not. Everybody else does…except for my ex-wife. She calls me an ugly, cheap, no-good…

BRAD:  (Quickly cutting him off.) Uh…that’s fine, Snake.

SNAKE:  It is? I find it kind of offensive.

BRAD:  No…I meant that our viewers aren’t interested in your personal life?

SNAKE:  Viewers?

BRAD:  Yes, viewers. You’re on the nationwide television show, This Home Restored. (Points towards audience.) See the camera?

SNAKE:  You mean we’re on TV? I sure hope my ex-wife ain’t watchin’. If she knows I’m working, she’ll expect me to pay up.

BRAD:  This isn’t live TV. The show will be aired later.

SNAKE:  Whew! That’s a relief. Gives me a chance to get out of town.

BRAD:  So….Snake…can you tell me what you were doing just now?

SNAKE:  You mean before you interrupted me and yelled at me?

BRAD:  (Objects.) I didn’t…(concedes). Yes…before I interrupted you.

SNAKE:  Well, it’s pretty simple really. I was locating pipes.

BRAD:  And I see you’re using some unusual equipment to do that.

SNAKE:  I’m glad you brought that up. You see, this piece of equipment is a product of my own design.

BRAD:  Really?

SNAKE:  Yes sir. I call it the Ready Rooter Pipe Locater Two Thousand.

BRAD:  You don’t say?

SNAKE:  Nah…I was just funnin’ you Brad. It’s a metal detector. Duh!

BRAD:  Hey…nobody comes on my show and…

SNAKE:  You see, Brad…you move this end up and down the walls, and when it finds something made out of metal, it beeps.

BRAD:  (Irritated.) I know how a metal detector works!

SNAKE:  Then why did you ask me?

BRAD:  That’s it! I’ve had enough! Linda? Where’re you at? Linda! (LINDA comes into view. She’s laughing.)

LINDA:  Uh…cut! That was precious, Brad.

BRAD:  I’m glad you find it amusing, Linda. (Turns to Snake.) And you…I suggest you go do what you were doing…upstairs…downstairs…I don’t care. Anywhere but here.

SNAKE:  What’d I do? (LINDA laughs at this.) 

BRAD:  Just go!

SNAKE:  Uh…sure whatever you say. (SNAKE EXITS UPSTAGE LEFT.)

BRAD:  (LINDA is still chuckling.) Just keep on laughing, Linda. We’ll see how funny you think it is when your contract comes up for renewal.

LINDA:  (Wiping tears from her eyes.) I’m sorry, Brad. That was just too good. But don’t worry, we won’t use any of it.

BRAD:  I should hope not. I think that’s about all I can take for one day. Let’s call it quits.

LINDA:  Uh…before you go. There’s a man and several kids outside waiting to see you.

BRAD:  Now what?

LINDA:  I’ll go get them. I think you’ll be happy to see them.

BRAD:  This better not be another one of your tricks.

LINDA:  Don’t worry. (SHE EXITS LEFT.)

BRAD:  (To himself as he paces RIGHT with his back to the left doorway.) This project is turning out to be a disaster. First, a ghost…and then, Snake Rooter. (STUMPY ENTERS LEFT with Brett, Marcie and Melissa.) What else could possibly go wrong?

STUMPY:  Having a bad day, Brad?

BRAD:  (Turns.) Stumpy? Is that you?

STUMPY:  It’s me. And you know I don’t like being called that.

BRAD:  Oh yeah, I’m sorry. Wow, it’s good to see you. How long’s it been?

STUMPY:  Three years now. (Looks at his foot.)

BRAD:  I hope you’re still not mad at me for dropping that circular saw on your foot.

STUMPY:  Why should I be mad? I only lost three toes and my television career, not to mention a perfectly good pair of boots.

BRAD:  So you are still angry? I guess I can’t blame you.

STUMPY: To tell the truth, Brad, I stewed over it for a while, but I’m past that now. Heck, I should have known better than to let you use my power tools. You always were a klutz.

BRAD:  So what’re you up to now? What’re you doing here?

STUMPY:  Believe it or not, I’m a shop teacher right here in Littlebunkport, and I couldn’t be happier. I heard you were a little short on help out here, so I’ve here to volunteer my services.

BRAD:  That’d be great, Stump….I mean George. You were the best contractor I’ve ever had, and this project needs somebody who knows what they’re doing.

STUMPY:  I also brought along three of my best shop students. Brad, this is Marcie, Brett and Melissa.

BRAD: Nice to meet you all.

MELISSA:  Nice to meet you, Mr. Naylor. Mr. Smith has told us a lot about you.

BRAD:  I’m sure he has.

STUMPY:  Anyway, they’re eager to work on this project and learn the ins and outs of the business. You don’t mind if they lend a hand, do you?

BRAD:  Not at all. If you taught them, I’m sure they’re more than qualified. We were just wrapping things up here. You want to go get a cup or coffee or something? I’ll fill you in on the project.

STUMPY:  Sounds good. Let’s go.

BRETT:  Uh…Mr. Smith. Mind if we hang here for a while? Look around a bit?

STUMPY:  How about it, Brad? Think that’d be a problem?

BRAD:  Not at all.

GEORGE:  All right then. I’m going to take Brad down to the Cozy Corner. If you need us, that’s where we’ll be.

MARCIE:  Don’t worry about us. We’ll be fine.&lt

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