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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

" Has he ever said that sort of thing before?" asked Delbury.
" Several times. I've got to know him and his ways a bit, you see, sir, since I've been here. And as soon as he said that I knew he had a big job on last night. One of his big nights. He has one now and again after he's worked up a lot of preliminary plans and things. And then, when he's got everything ready, he goes right bang through with his final experiments-and then sleeps like a log right round the clock."
" And had he been working up to one of these big nights, as you call them ?"
" Well, yes and no. A few days ago he had one when he finished his gun-sights for the Admiralty. But that was all over and done with. Then the War Office suggested a variation of his ideas might be applied to bomb-dropping at night for aeroplanes, and he was working on that. That's all I can tell you."
" Did you hear any queer sounds during the night ?"
" Not one, sir."
" Nothing like a revolver shot, or a window being forced, or anything like that ?"
" Nothing at all. I didn't even hear his car go away. I know it's gone, because he came home in it last night and it isn't there now. But all of us servants sleep right up at the top of the house at the back. We probably wouldn't have heard anything even if we were awake."

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