Q. 34.2( 114 Votes )
What other extraordinary things happen at the inn?
Apart from the incident of the money being stolen from the clergyman’s desk, some other bizarre incidents took place as well. The door of Griffin’s room was always closed. On finding it open, one day, Mr and Mrs Hall entered with the purpose of investigation. Griffin was nowhere to be seen but his clothes and the bandage he usually wrapped around his face was found in the room. Suddenly, Mrs. Hall heard a sniff near her ear and just then the hat on the bedpost dashed into her face. Soon, the chair acted as if alive and hit her on her legs and the couple was thrown out of the room. It then seemed to shut and lock the door.
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