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THE MAN THEY COULDN'T ARREST

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Dain pulled a notebook over and took a verbatim note of all that he required.
" I'm asking for a warrant right now, Chief." The voice was Delbury's, vibrant with conviction.
" You're satisfied about Dain ?"
" Absolutely. I wasn't at first, but I am now. I'm certain that as soon as we've arrested Dain we shall begin to get a start on the solution to the mystery of the Ghost. It's all wrapped up in this -plain as a pikestaff, yet as obscure as a foggy night in a coal-cellar. I'm asking for the warrant and for a scientific investigator to be sent out to Hendon."
" Why-anything too deep for you out there ?"
" Better go out and have a look for yourself, Chief. The whole place is like a chamber of horrorsa regular rabbit-warren of mystery. It's a marvel that Lyall ever got into the place at all without killing himself in about ten different places. I found some capsules in Lyall's pocket. I sent them back for chemical analysis, and I think you'll find they are made of some effective lethal gas or some such composition. And there was this lettercard, too."
Delbury took it from his wallet and handed it

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