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After six cars drove past me I asked the lady of the house living just where my car stopped.
Byline: Denis Kilcommons , The doorbell went and the lady of the house in Almondbury went to answer it.
There I vacuumed, cleaned and helped the lady of the house.
In between doing laundry and preparing dinner for the family, the lady of the house could tune in to tales of romance and family squabbles, love triangles and lost loves.
Before Batman ever appeared in a comic book or a movie, Otto Sanhuber, the man given that nickname by newshounds and police after his arrest, was living in the attic of a Los Angeles house, coming out during the day to romance the lady of the house - and do her housework - and creeping back to his dark lair at night.