Death Food and Drink Ghosts

Portly ghost who was almost eating

"Almost."
   -- Said by a portly ghost when asked if he could taste the rotten fish he's just walked his open mouth through
Portly ghost who was almost eating

This stout ghost was almost eating at Sir Nicholas de Mimsy-Porpington’s 500th Deathday party on Oct. 31, 1992.  Nick provided a long table of food  for his guests with rotten fish, burnt cakes, maggoty haggis, mouldy cheese and a cake in the shape of a tombstone. Harry watches as the portly ghost walks through the table and puts his mouth through the stinking salmon (CS8). In life, he was a wizard (OP38).

Skills

Almost eating

Portly ghost who was almost eating
Gender Male
Distinguishing Features portly figure
First Introduced CS8

Commentary

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