Though one could imagine the ending of the Landlady due to the "magic" of cliffhanger endings, a more cynical and likely take on the story is the following:
One can assume that the old lady is a taxidermist (one who stuffs dead bodies) since she stuffed her parrot and dog, that she killed Mr. Mulholland and Mr. Temple, and that she stuffed them and kept them on the fourth floor. You can infer that Mr. Mulholland and Mr. Temple are dead because, near the end of the story, the old lady speaks of Mr. Mulholland in past tense:
"Mr. Mulholland was a great one for his tea. Never in my life have I seen anyone drink as much tea as dear, sweet Mr. Mulholland."
This implies one of two things:
1) Mr. Mulholland has left the house
2) Mr. Mulholland is dead
Since the old lady says that Mr. Mulholland and Mr. Temple are still on the fourth floor, you can imply that they are dead.
Additionally, Billy says that his tea tastes like bitter almonds. This is a characteristic of potassium cyanide (a very powerful poison). Given the above information, one can assume that Billy Weaver soon dies and is stuffed and kept with Mr. Mulholland and Mr. Temple on the fourth floor.
Billy gets poisend and stuffed just like all the pets in the landlady
billy knew that the landlady was a lonely old woman, so he went downstairs to sign in when he found the stuffed bird and dog, so they sat down with some tea, and it tasted like almond (poison taste) and she put him to bed, but he was dead, she walked in to the spare bedroom where the other stuffed guys are and got all of her stuff and she stuffed billy weaver.
Because She doesn't want him to remember that they disappeared mysteriously. Hint: They aren't murderers
Well its like this huh billy currington ain't single he has a girlfriend her name happens too be me katina
A landlady owns the house or building where you live and rents it to you. You have to pay her rent regularly.
Landlord is the opposite of landlady.
Billy Weaver, The Landlady, and Christopher Mullound
She don't have any it says so at the end because Mr.Mulholland and Mr Temple and Billy are are the only ones to visit to the Landlady's house.
The cast of The Landlady - 1920 includes: Billy Franey
The cast of The Landlady - 2011 includes: Jay Jonts as Billy Weaver Catherine Lydon as The Landlady
The story "Landlady" expresses a Horror and mystery theme. Due to the story's sinister mood, it creates a scary and uncomfortable atmosphere for the reader. Also, another theme in the story is appearance versus reality. It is interesting the reader that the landlady at first is very hospitable towards Billy. The Landlady warmly welcomes Billy into the hotel, shows him his room and offers him tea. However, towards the end of the story, the reader is shown that the Landlady happens to be quite an unusual character. She seem to compliment Billy quite a lot and when she says in the very last sentence - ""No my dear,"she said. "Only you."", it gives the reader a clue that Billy will be the next victim to be stuffed by her.
1.When Billy rings the doorbell and she pops up right away 2. The landlady is super nice and billy gets mesmerized by how nice the place is.
When Billy drinks the tea.
Stupid !! && Soon 2 Be Dead!!
A man called Billy Weaver goes to a city called Bath for business. At night he wants to find a place to sleep and goes to "Bed and Breakfast". There is a landlady there that poisins him, and then kills him.
Man Vs. Man. When Billy is discovering the landlady isn't quite what she appears to be. Hope that helped! - Sra