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CHAPTER 11 - LEADS

Even Jake was now impressed by a feeling that Pasco was on the level. There was something about the Apache, an integrity which Jake, shrewd enough, didn't miss. It began to look as though Bill's idea that Reservation Indians had been used was O.K. As for the Black Land slant, there was more to that than Pasco had yet revealed, Jake was pretty sure about that, too. He knew that on one point he had spoken the truth-White Eagle had indeed watched the man Charlie.
Bill spoke abruptly, thinking similar thoughts to Jake.
" We'll come," he said.
Pasco said nothing more, did not reveal how much he knew about the fire at Indian Range, though it could be presumed that he at least was aware that the ranch had been burned. It was not the Indian way to talk more than was necessary. Bill himself said nothing about the fire.
The three followed Pasco, first mounted and later on foot, deep into the hills. They came to a towering cliff, to a cleft running into it. The cleft was blocked by a barrier of rocks two hundred feet high, but Pasco moved a rock aside at the base of the barrier, revealing a drop to an underground watercourse now dry. By means of this natural tunnel they passed under the barrier and out on its other side to a continuation of the cleft. It was here very narrow, the cliffs on either side towering, only a slit ten feet wide allowing light to enter at the top. In the left cliff face there was a great cave.
Pasco took the rangers to this cliff. Even in the dim light it could be seen that the earth was a strange black-purple colour. It stretched into the huge cave, extended also out into the floor of the defile.

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