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Musing on the mysteries of the case Watson dismisses the supernatural explanation but admits that his common sense offers no obvious solution Where might a living and breathing hound hide by day and who is the mysterious shadow out on the moor Watson determines to find out what this man might know and whether he is the same person who provided the warning back in London Meanwhile Sir Henry argues with Barrymore over the chase of his brother-in-law Selden Watson and Henry worry that the man is a public danger Nonetheless Barrymore assures them that Selden is just biding his time until a ship arrives for South America and that he will not commit any more crimes Barrymores betters agree not to tell the police and Barrymore thanks them by offering another clue Apparently Sir Charles went to the gate on the night he died to meet a woman and Barrymore tells of his wifes discovery of a charred letter signed LL requesting the late-night meeting The next day Watson learns from Mortimer that Laura Lyons daughter of Frankland the crank lives nearby in Coombe Tracey Mortimer goes on to explain that Laura married an artist against her fathers will and that both husband and father have since abandoned her In the meantime both Stapleton and Sir Charles have come to her aid by offering her alms As for the silhouette on the moor Watson learns from Barrymore that Selden has seen him too He appears to be a gentleman and he lives in one of the Neolithic huts along the moor getting his food from a young boy Chapter XI The Man on the Tor Deciding that an informal visit might be the most productive Watson leaves Sir Henry at home and heads for Coombe Tracey At Laura Lyons apartment Watson meets the beautiful brunette and announces his interest in the matter of Sir Charles death Suspicious but finally cooperative Laura admits that Sir
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