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THE CRAYFISH

sense of balance. Not long ago it occurred to a researcher to give this crustacean iron filings, instead of ordinary sand, at the time of its shell-casting. Then, when they were all sealed up again in their new shells, he directed the current of a magnet through the water. At once all the crayfish within the field careened at right angles to the earth's gravitational field-but, of course, felt all right. They were straight and on the level with the main pull-that of the magnet. What they felt about it, however, need not, I think, concern us. After all, you are fairly safe whichever way you are up, if you are a fish in water. But ..." he paused, "I still think the poor woman was right to feel alarmed at what she saw in that little pool. Like a witch looking into a crystal, she was seeing in symbolic form her own fate pre-enacted."
" But how the devil did he maneuver everything else?"
" He took his time. He is a cool man. Most murderers, as we know, spoil a good idea by rushing it, by not waiting to bring up enough supports. You remember, he first becomes considerate about her ear irritation. For then he could be considerate, since he had heard of the crayfish peculiarity, and a black hope was rising on the horizon of his mind. He would be patient, for his own irritation would not last much longer. When he looked into her ear with the auriscope"
" Then the devil whispered into his," broke in the Sergeant.
" I prefer Shakespeare," resumed the Doctor. "`Ohl opportunity, thy guilt is great.' The two things, her ear and the crayfish fact coming together, made him feel he must dare it now. There was, no doubt, incipient pruritis in the middle ear. It's a vexing thing, especially in a nervous person. What's more texriblv to the point, it's a condition verv easy

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