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He seized a hand and felt for the pulse, whilst Bunny helplessly followed suit with the other. But there was no sign of heart-beat. Feverishly, though not without a certain amount of loathing, he put his hand inside the coat and felt the heart itself. It was quite still !
" He's dead all right," said Ajax. "But how and why?"
Bunny understood this somewhat complex question.
" There isn't any sign of foul play," he said. "But it is perfectly clear that he couldn't have come here and died quietly all on his own."
" He must have been living here!" said Ajax. "That explains the food and the sleeping things. But what a funny idea ! Why did he want to come to this old place?"
" It's a dammed strange business altogether," said Bunny grimly. "And how did he get possession of Carl's ring? I don't like this at all."
Ajax looked quickly at Bunny.
" I say," he said suddenly. "We'd better get out of here quickly. If there has been any dirty work, we don't want to get mixed up in it. Besides they may be desperate people!"
" By Jove ! You're right," cried Bunny. " Come on." The weird atmosphere of tragedy was getting on his nerves. He had never before been so close to it as this.
" We ought to tell the police," said Ajax.
" There'll be a fearful row," commented Bunny. "First of all, we had no right to be in the mill. Besides, why should we get dragged into such an unpleasant affair, when we had nothing to do with it?"
" Yes! I know," answered Ajax. "But, after all, it is undoubtedly connected in some way with the death of Carl. Though how-I cannot say."

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