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THE CRAYFISH

We've simply been looking at the not very communicative mouth."
Dr. Wendover knelt down and the Sergeant followed suit. The pocket flashlight threw its bright circle on the underside of the top board of the ladder. -
" Not much there:" A grumbling tone was coming back into the Sergeant's voice. The bright circle traveled along the grain of the wood.
" Those little indentations," the Doctor's voice said beside him. "A couple here; another couple here; a third pair here; and now ..:" the light dipped down some four inches and retraced its course. "You see the same little indents and, now, as we reach the end, by what I have called the blind mouth on the ladder's right side, a final couple of these same small punctures."
" Well, there may have been some bit of upholstery or mat tacked onto the top step so you could kneel on it safely without danger of its slipping."
" Queer, then, that there is no pair of punctures on this lefthand side."
" Oh, this is altogether too fine-drawn, Doctor!"
" We are dealing with something very fine," he allowed, "but, really, no finer than a fingerprint. This is a very clear and telling impression:"
As they rose from their knees and he slipped the torch back into his pocket, he took out a pad and pencil. "Let's chart those punctures like a graph." He plotted them on the paper. "See, they weren't quite parallel: while on the right side, where the two lines most diverged, they were closed by that last couple of indents and, on the left side, where they are

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