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THE CRAYFISH

under the guise of some simple research, was seeking for a way to be rid of her."
" That's speculation," corrected Sergeant Skillin. "We've quite enough odd facts to order, without adding any theories. What makes you think that the crayfish gave him an ideaand you a clue?"
" Do you remember," questioned back the Doctor, "that we found traces that a fairly high voltage wire had been brought up just behind the tank, but not high enough to serve for a lamp above it. That wire served as an electrical magnet."
" How do you know?"
" Because of the way, according to Calkin's report, Mrs. Smirke spoke of the crayfish's behavior and of how he himself saw it behaving."
" That's true; he saw it on its side, like a dying fish,' and heard her scream at him that he was torturing it."
" And then, you recall, it suddenly righted itself."
" That was the moment Smirke put his hand behind the tank."
" That's it, and that's why. He switched off the magnet."
" But still. . . ."
" Yes," the Doctor said meditatively, "Smirke's daring thing was to carry over the experiment from fish to man-or woman. For there has been an odd discovery, known for some time, that crayfish balance themselves in the water by a small level in their heads. And when they molt their shells, they themselves actually replace small sand grains in the head, so that the touch of these gives them their poise-as the tipping of the liquid in our semicircular canals gives us our

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