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CHAPTER XXXIV - THREADS AND AU REVOIR !

" It gave me a fright," said Brewer. " Why, lie had wax heads there, the facsimile of these people, so that he could make up accurately even to an eye-lash or a mole ! "
" That Priory Terrace house was a house of many secrets," said Gerry slowly. " It was here you stayed, my dear," he said, turning to Molly, " before he had you carried off. There was a way through from your house, after all ! It was here young Wilkinson met his death-and Erik, too. He got rid of their bodies by dropping them down the hole into the cave below. Somehow or other he never seems to have realised that they would be washed ashore-I suppose he couldn't think of everything-and of course the police kept so quiet that he never heard about their discovery. I don't know what would have happened if he had found out that we were checking off all his beastly murders as he committed them ! "
" But why did he bother with all those different roles ? They seem a lot of unnecessary bluff to have to carry on-why did he not do all the jobs himself, and leave all the others out of it ? " asked Lord Tankerton.
" The main thing was to keep people from finding out what his real task was-that of finding, fitting and equipping a Headquarters in touch with Germany for use in war-time. He also had that fiendish plan of blowing up the North Sea Fleet and paralysing the north of England by invading the Tyne. As for the three sets of plans he wished to steal, he was much safer working under different disguises. First of all, the secrets he sought were all under the care of different men ; men who carefully avoided discussing their secrets with one another as a matter of rigid honour. He therefore had to get in touch with each one separately.
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