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"Bunny," he cried again, beginning to run towards the room where he had left him waiting. Then he drew up with a jerk on the threshold. There was no sign of his friend whatever.
The hearth stone had been replaced in its original position as though it had never been moved. It looked so innocent and harmless-yet what horror did it hide?
It was with difficulty that Ajax picked it out from the rest. ... But where was Bunny? If this was only a joke, it was a very rotten one. If, on the other hand, he had gone down there on his own, it was still more foolish. For a moment or two Ajax did not quite know what to do. He looked quickly around the room. Although it was very gloomy, there was no place where Bunny could possibly hide. Ajax knew that he was alone-he felt the emptiness of the mill ! What had been at first, a vague sense of uneasiness, now became an intense fear. At this moment he spied the box of matches ! His dread of some unseen danger increased an hundredfold when he realised their significance-if Bunny had gone off on his own to explore, he would have taken those matches. Then what could have happened? ... Suddenly it struck him like a blow between the eyes ! This was evidently the way by which the body had been removed whilst they had been seeking the police! And here-merciful Heavens!-was where poor Bunny had been taken ! Yes ! Taken !! There must be a secret passage !
Ajax made a dive for the revolving stone. He intended to follow at all costs-and at once ! Bunny needed him ! He wondered if the poor fellow had been injured by his assailants. He knew that Bunny would never submit to being carried off without a struggle. Yet he had not cried out-nor had there been a sound

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