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    While drinking his tea, Billy that the sleeping dog at all. The dog silent and motionless since Billy arrived. In fact, why ? He seemed to be so comfortable ! Finally, Billy him. Actually, when he did pet him, he his eyes ... It was so unexpected ! The dog's back was hard and cold and when Billy pushed the hair, he the greyish-black and dry skin, perfectly preserved ... 'Good gracious ! It's fascinating ...', he exclaimed ... Billy told the lady that the parrot, in its cage, him too, when he had seen it through the window ! The landlady explained how much she her little Basil and how she was glad to have stuffed him and kept him like all her other pets. Billy said he Basil was alive ! 'That's because I stuff all my pets with passion, especially when their skin and teeth are so beautiful !...', she declared ...

    To Billy, the lady looked a bit strange and doting, but considering the cheap price of the room, he . He appreciated the place, and the tea was so good that his third cup ! 'You've signed my guest book, ', she insisted. 'I the names of my guests ... What a pleasure to have you here, Mr Weaver ! You seem to love my tea as much as Mr Mullholland did, and just like him, you have the most perfect skin, too ... So Mr Temple, though he was much older !'
    Billy frowned ...'Mulholland and Temple ! Temple and Mulholland ! Of course ! The two names familiar and at that moment, Billy thought he remembered quite well .... He remembered, three or four years , the successive disappearances of the boys ... the investigation ... the unsolved case ... It had been all over the headlines ! 'You did say that Mr Mulholland and Temple hadn't left your home ?' Billy screamed.'Yes, I did ! They're still on the third floor, together. I to them everyday !' she answered. ' any other guests except them in the last few years ?' Billy asked anxiously ... 'Oh no ! ' she replied with another gentle and broad smile : 'Only You, Mr Weaver !' Billy's hair on end !

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