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THE CRAYFISH

"You do know," the Doctor continued. "They would be in the fluid of her semicircular canals, or one of them. They wouldn't corrode-they are, as we surgeons say, 'inert-they won't set up any chemical reaction. They, therefore, would do her no harm. They wouldn't upset her. She'd probably hardly know she was wearing such a strange interior decoration until-until she should, by chance, bring that right ear within an inch or so of a fairly strong magnet."
" God have mercy on us," remarked Sergeant Skillin with some conviction.
" Then she would be seized with violent, irresistible vertigo. Wherever she was, however securely placed, she would have to fall headlong."
" But how in heaven's name did the fellow find out the diabolical device?"
" Do you remember Calkin's story about the quarrel he overheard-and underlooked?"
" In the lean-to room back there?"
" Yes, with the little aquarium by the window." "A quarrel over a shrimp!"
" No; a little more than a shrimp and, as it happens, considerably more significant-a crayfish, to be crustaceanly accurate."
" Well, what does it matter?-she was crazy anyhow and would have blown up over anything."
" But he wasn't. It was the crayfish which gave him his big idea and gave me the clue to what that idea was. I even wonder," he reflected, "whether the wretched woman's outburst, which seemed so absurd, may not have sprung from some deep subconscious sense that he was her enemy and,

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