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CHAPTER XX
A DEAD BODY

BUNNY and Ajax stood for a few seconds, gazing in amazement at the circlet of gold gleaming m the light which streamed through the door. This was the very last thing they had expected ! There seemed to be only one possible conclusion to come to.
" I don't remember Carl ever coming here," said Bunny incredulously.
" I don't think he ever said he did," replied Ajax. "But," he added, "it doesn't mean that he was here himself, you know, just because we find his ring here."
" You think that someone else might have brought it? " said Bunny, slowly weighing things up in his mind. "Perhaps it was the man who murdered him then?"
Ajax gave a start at this. The atmosphere of the mill was weird enough as it was, without any talk of murder! Instinctively he drew nearer to the open door leading to the garden.
" I say," he cried suddenly. "Let's get outside. This place gives me the creeps!"
They lost no time in acting on this suggestion and clambered down into the sunlit garden once more. Little did they know, but it was the best thing they could have done at that moment ; for it took them out of earshot of a man who was in the mill at the time-never suspecting that the two boys were there as well. His business kept him in another part of the old rambling building, and prevented him from

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