«Dear beloved friend
I, Lord Salvesen, hereby extend to you my cordial invitations to attend what should be a most splendidly enjoyable weekend in the skerries south of Norway. The event will take place at Hatholmen, as the indigenous peoples call it, a small, positively charming little lighthouse tended with the utmost care by a local fellow, situated just outside Mandal, my most beloved place of birth. I have spent many a fine day in my childhood at the aforementioned lighthouse, as it lies but a short hop from Mandal by ocean-going contrivance . This is a chance to experience the lifestyle of a hardworking ordinary Norwegian. I sincerely hope you shall have occasion and opportunity to reserve Friday the 3rd of October, in the year of our Lord 1910, in this regard. On Saturday the 4th, we will have the pleasure of hosting a grand celebration in your honour, where you will have the chance of becoming aquainted with some of the local Norwegians, and perchance experience a selection of some of the many myths of the skerries and maybe dabble a bit in the occult, We wait in suspense for your reply.
Edward Theodore Salvesen