Here, then, are the top five burning searches that lead people to the blog-o-rama:
The Trunchbull/pictures of the Trunchbull: The Trunchbull is this blog's common name for the grandmother from Flowers in the Attic. Alas, this blog does not discuss Matilda or any other work by Roald Dahl (even though Matilda is one of my favorite books and Roald Dahl is one of my favorite authors). Cathy later changes her stage name to Dahl, but I'm sure that's unrelated.
what the fuck am I reading? Brother, we've all been asking ourselves that one.
cory buried flowers attic: It is never explicitly stated what became of Cory's body. In Flowers, Corrine claims to have had him buried under a false name. Later, adult!Cathy goes searching through records to find where Cory might have been buried, but finds that there weren't even any records of any male children Cory's age who died on that particular day in the state. When Cathy confronts her mother, Corrine admits that Cory died before reaching the hospital and that she disposed of his body in a ravine.
But then, the mysterious and confusing part kicks in (and it's part of one of Andrews's irritating habits that I'll explicate more fully when the actual scene happens): Cathy claims to have discovered a mysterious room in the attic, a room with a strong odor of decay and death. The implication, obviously, is that Corrine hid her son's body up there and zOMG, Cory never left the attic! The irksome thing is that we never actually see this scene happen, so it's ambiguous as to whether or not Cathy's telling the truth. However, the accusation causes Corrine to have a full-on psychotic break, implying that there's at least a grain of truth to it.
Still a lot of questions there. Did Cory die en route to the hospital, as Corrine claimed, and she hid him in the attic where she knew his body would never be found? Or--and a lot of people seem to think this--did she never even bother with the hospital, simply abandoning her son in a locked, hidden room in the attic, essentially burying him alive?
Short version: we never find out what became of Cory's body, but there is a good 80% chance it was stowed in the attic of Foxworth Hall and ultimately consumed by fire when the house burned down.
case-of-the-keyhole-covers: This search hit particularly pleases me, because it means that someone is deliberately and purposefully Googling for something that I wrote. It's right here if anyone wants it. I hope you're not in marketing; I say some pretty mean things about you guys in that post.
Bart Winslow flowers in the attic: Bart is Corrine's virile strapping moustachio'd sex-bomb attorney of a second husband (represented here by Magnum PI* himself, Burt Reynolds). He will make his first real appearance later in the Petals recaps. I have feelings about Bart. They are not sexy feelings.
My feelings about Burt Reynolds are completely sexy. I am not ashamed of that.
Recap of Part Three is 3/4ths done! I'm just having trouble finding some gifs that sufficiently express my trauma over the upcoming sex scene.
ETA, 2/5/2012: I edited the title to this entry, not due to any squeamishness about dropping the f-bomb in the title, but because, ironically, I was getting hits for weird and potentially illegal porn.
*Gehayi pointed out in comments that Tom Selleck played Magnum P.I. Apparently I got my moustaches mixed up.