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Young David may have been more of a pawn than the player.  I’ve found automatic writing in his hand… a portent of his releasing Mr. Jennings from the secret room?  His “story” indicates that.  An Edwardian gentleman and lady.  One seems to be a sentinel of protection.  One of menace.  But why.  More crucially, why now?

I was wrong to see him as the villain.  Again, I ask: on what else have I been wrong?  And who else is pulling the strings?

BC

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