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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

That laboratory became the nerve centre of the most extraordinary cross-web of tangled intrigues the nightmarish conversations that ever existed outside the demented brain of a madman. All day long and far into the night the conversations went on, hushed, ghostly in the green gloom of the emerald lamps. Chattering voices spoke eerily from nowhere, a medley of emotions made vocal in the shadows. Laughter, jollity, anger, sympathy, hate, profanity, humour, they all awoke to audibility in that room. And sometimes the tales they told were tales of doubt and dread and desperation.
He built his own apparatus. No other living soul had ever looked inside that room. He himself had taken the place under an assumed name. So far as the landlords knew, that particular office was let to a Mr. Landring Dent, Export Merchant, a highly respectable and worthy gentleman who paid his rent with fastidious regularity and conducted the greater part of his business by telephone.
Even they had no knowledge of the amazing transformation that had been effected in their own property. The place was no longer an office with a tiny annexe. It was a network of shining wires and little polished dials set row on row all round the walls. Pinhead lights bobbed and winked bewilderingly among the dials, and on some of the wires muffled bells tinkled when the lights came on. At each corner of the long room a dynamo hummed.

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