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" Harper, go over the whole of this room and see what you can find in the way of finger-prints.
There ought to be plenty among all those instruments and machinery-specially with all that oil knocking about."
Delbury, with his notebook out, was writing feverishly.
" Explains a whole lot, that card, doesn't it?" he muttered.
" Well, Lyall certainly took the hint. It seems that he knew who the Ghost was, anyway."
" Yes. The rest of the Silver Arrow bunch will be pleased to hear about this."
" What I want to know," said Shaughnessy, scratching his head, " is why the blazin' banshee did the Ghost double-cross himself ? First he sends us Intimation No. 34, giving full particulars of the Park Lane burglary, including, mind you, the details about Willard Lyall, 'who,' he says, 'is unknown to me.' Then right on top of that he goes and sends this warning to Lyall. "
" Yes, I'd noticed that," said Delbury sombrely. " It knocks my own theory on the head. For a while I had the wild idea that Dain himself might be the Ghost. But the man who is playing the Ghost is a man who has spent the whole of his life in the thick of the criminal game. To have amassed the amount of knowledge he has gained

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