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corroboration and personal investigation; but as it was, I succeeded
in tracing down only a few. All of these, however, bore out the
notes in full. I have often wondered if all the the objects of
the professor's questioning felt as puzzled as did this fraction.
It is well that no explanation shall ever reach them.
cuttings, as I have intimated, touched on cases of panic, mania,
and eccentricity during the given period. Professor Angell must
have employed a cutting bureau, for the number of extracts was
tremendous, and the sources scattered throughout the globe. Here
was a nocturnal suicide in London, where a lone sleeper had leaped
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