FC: Story of Frankenstein by Mason Drysdale
1: In this scene Dr. Frankenstein is trying to bring his "Creation" to life.
2: His creation comes to life, but Dr. Frankenstein realizes that it is a mere monstrosity.
3: Frankenstein was disgusted by the monsters appearance and fled from him.
4: The monster searched for friendship, but found nothing other than encounters full of hatred and disgust.
5: The monster ran into a boy named William, which he later realized that it was the doctors little brother. He murdered the boy seeking vengeance on the doctor.
6: Justine Moritz was framed by the monster for the death of William. She was later tried guilty and executed.
7: Dr. Frankenstein saw the monster in the woods where his younger brother was killed and knew that he was the true murderer.
8: The doctor tried to run from his creation, but he couldn't. The monster told him to create him a bride, a being he could be with and the doctor agreed. Later on though, the doctor destroyed this "bride" project because he didn't want to bring another monster into this world.
9: The doctor arrived home and married his cousin Elizabeth as soon as possible, but the monster soon took her life.
10: The doctor later died after finishing his story and the monster appeared in his room. The monster spoke of his future plans to Walton, then, "he leaped from the ship into an ice-raft and was 'borne away by the waves.'"