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A MAN FROM GLASGOW

yell. By God, I was startled. Then cries. The man had laughed with a deep bass voice, but his cries were-shrill, like a pig having his throat cut.
" 'My God,' I cried.
" I jumped over the parapet and ran down towards the sound. I thought somebody was being killed. There was silence and then one piercing shriek. After that sobbing and moaning. I'll tell you what it sounded like, it sounded like someone at the point of death. There was a long groan and then nothing. Silence. I ran from place to place. I couldn't find anyone. At last I climbed the hill again and went back to my room.
" You can imagine how much sleep I got that night. As soon as it was light, I looked out of the window in the direction from which the row had come and I was surprised to see a little white house in a sort of dale among the olives. The ground on that side didn't belong to us and I'd never been through it. I hardly ever went to that part of the house and so I'd never seen the house before. I asked Jose who lived there. He told me that a madman had inhabited it, with his brother and a servant."
" Oh, was that the explanation?" I said. "Not a very nice neighbour."
The Scot bent over quickly and seized my wrist. He thrust his face into mine and his eyes were starting out of his head with terror.
" The madman had been dead for twenty years," he whispered.
He let go my wrist and leant back in his chair panting.
" I went down to the house and walked all round it. The windows were barred and shuttered and the door was locked. I knocked. I shook the handle and rang the bell. I heard it tinkle, but no one came. It was a two-storey house and I looked up. The shutters were tight closed, and there wasn't a sign of life anywhere."
" Well, what sort of condition was the house in?" I asked.
" Oh, rotten. The whitewash had worn off the walls and there

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