By Sax Rohmer
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I said. He turned, in the door, and fixed a Strange glance upon me. "There are others," he replied, "who seek as I seek, and who do not scruple to gain their ends how they may. " With that and a low bow he retired. Little of interest occurred during the day, until about four in the afternoon, when Halesowen aroused us out of a lazy doze to show a letter just received from the British Museum. It was in reply to one asking why he had received no acknowledgment of the photographs and drawings submitted; and it informed him that no such photographs and drawings had come to hand!
I do not think I could improve upon his paper, and my own views might unduly intrude upon the story; therefore, with your permission, I will vacate the rostrum in favour of Mr. Clifford, for whom I solicit your attention. Mr. Clifford's Story of the Egyptian Potsherd During the autumn of 19—, I was sharing a pleasant set of rooms with Mark Lesty, who was shortly taking up an appointment at a London hospital, and it was, I think, about the middle of that month that the extraordinary affair of Halesowen and his Egyptian potsherd came under our notice.
All was in darkness, but, as I entered, a vivid flash of lightning illuminated the place. I saw a sight which I can never forget. Grimsby lay flat upon the floor by the farther door. But, dreadful as that spectacle was, it scarce engaged my attention; nor did I waste a second glance upon the Athenean Harp, which lay close beside its empty case. For the figure of a woman, draped in flimsy white, was passing across the Greek Room! Grim fear took me by the throat, since I could not doubt that what I saw was a supernatural manifestation.