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You see we have only seen him once, for he left here the night we were captured and has not been back since. And even then, he wore a cloth domino over his eyes." Then he told her all about the great adventure leading to their own capture.
" How exciting," said Veronica. "Well, let us hear your story now Carl. There must be a link somewhere."
" Well, we will have to go back to that day after the ball," began Carl. "I left Bunny and Ajax at the station, and hopped into a car sent by the Baron. As the door closed behind me, I felt a silly sort of feeling that something was wrong ; but I let it go at that. Then I noticed that the car was very stuffy. I leaned over to open the window near me, but I found that it stuck. When I tried the other, I found it was sticking too; so I gave up in disgust. After all, it was only a short ride to Magdalen. Then I began to feel sleepy. It didn't strike me that anything was wrong, and I just dozed off-though as I did so, I got the idea that we were not going in the right direction. When I came-to, I found myself in what I now know as the old mill. There was a big man with a black beard there, and he seemed quite relieved when I shewed signs of recovering. He told me his name and was most polite ; explaining his schemes quite openly. Ivan, my valet, was to impersonate me, for some reason he did not explain. He told me that it was all a joke, and that in time he would release me if I gave no trouble. He extracted my word that I would not try to escape. I know it sounds foolish, still I gave it to him. I realised that I had no chance for the time ; but I hoped my opportunity would come.
" The next morning there was a meal ready for me when I woke up ; but there was no trace of Michaelis. Whilst I was trying to make up my mind to break my

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