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1  I nodded, and we all went down the passage together.
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2  Then he dashed out past him and flew down the passage.
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3  One passage of it, at least, gave me a thrill of pleasure.
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4  As I went through the passage the smell grew closer and heavier.
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5  Dr. Seward asked the attendant who was on duty in the passage if he had heard anything.
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6  It was open, and led through a stone passage to a circular stairway, which went steeply down.
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7  The instant we had closed the door he stepped quickly along the passage to the next door, which was open.
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8  Then there came the sound of many feet tramping and dying away in some passage which sent up a clanging echo.
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9  I went through the door in the corner and down the winding stair and along the dark passage to the old chapel.
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10  It did not convey much to me, until I reached a passage where it described small punctured wounds on their throats.
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11  I went on to make a thorough examination of the various stairs and passages, and to try the doors that opened from them.
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12  At the bottom there was a dark, tunnel-like passage, through which came a deathly, sickly odour, the odour of old earth newly turned.
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13  As I write there is in the passage below a sound of many tramping feet and the crash of weights being set down heavily, doubtless the boxes, with their freight of earth.
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14  There was no sign of any one; and as there were no corners, no doors, no aperture of any kind, but only the solid walls of the passage, there could be no hiding-place even for him.
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Get Context   In CHAPTER XIX