In the continuity of V for Vendetta, Westminster Abbey was the base of operations for Bishop Anthony Lilliman. Lilliman, a former Chaplain for the Larkhill Resettlement Camp, used his private quarters in the abbey in order to conduct various scandalous affairs, not the least of which, was a game that others referred to as "Children's Hour". Through Dennis, his valet, Lilliman would bring young girls to his bedchambers where he would spend the night "engaging in his favorite sins".
In 1997, Evey Hammond masqueraded as a supposedly unsuspecting victim in order to bait Lilliman into a trap. Lilliman confessed that Evey was a little too old for his tastes (she was fifteen), but invited her inside the abbey nonetheless. While Lilliman concentrated his attention on Evey, her partner in crime, the masked anarchist known as V, raided the abbey and attacked Lilliman. While Beethoven's 5th Symphony played in the background, V forced Lilliman to ingest a communion wafer coated with cyanide.
Links and References
- Westminster Abbey at Wikipedia.org
- Satellite view of Westminster Abbey at WikiMapia
- Westminster Abbey
- Keith Short - Sculptor
- Mystery Worshipper Report
- A history of the choristers and choir school of Westminster Abbbey
- Adrian Fletcher’s Paradoxplace Westminster Abbey Pages — Photos