In a secluded spot on the cliffs of Culver Bay, Dover, stands an old Tudor cottage. A cottage that belongs to the world famous scientist,
Outwardly, the cottage appears to be quite conventional. Inside everything looks normal. But on closer inspection, numerous gadgets can be found — gadgets that will clean the house, wash up, lay the table and stoke the fire.
But there is more. At the press of a button in the ante-room, a panel slides back to reveal an elevator leading beneath the house to the world's most advanced laboratory. It is here where the big rat is housed — the Brain Impulse Galvanoscope Record and Transfer.