At a young age Miss Cook was indoctrinated into a secret world by a hellish experience that left her seeking answers a methodical life could not provide. Cook’s ‘enlightenment’ as some would call it, would soon evolve into a driven obsession in occult studies. Obsession would lead her down the red carpet of the Templar Hall, where their honour in tradition and deep seeded roots in history fit her ideally. With little to stand in her way, Cook made a modest name for herself within the society— not simply as an agent behind the Templar banner but as a contact for those new and lost in the occult world. The recent ‘bee problem’ bringing more patrons then usual to her doorstep; people overwhelmed by their new knowledge and responsibilities often not even from London, and seeking board. Something Cook offers at the small Bed and Breakfast she maintains with her husband.