Palmer Cox, the man who grew up drawing on the uprights of barns in Montreal, Canada was later, like Walt Disney, to move to America and become a famous cartoonist. He created the Brownie Character and, in his later years, the manor house called Brownie Castle. He built it after the look of a Scottish castle. It even had a Brownie Weather Vane and a Brownie Stained Glass Window. Imagine being invited to come inside and climb the tower stairs to the artist’s studio, the room Palmer Cox called “Brownieland.” There you find the cartoonist’s drawing table, desk, bookcase, boxes of brownie products and a high round window through which to view the garden. Look around the room and see where the brownies are hidden.