The Canterville Ghost - Study Guide Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Ten minutes after Virginia leaves with the ghost, the bell for tea rings. A servant is sent to find Virginia, but cannot. No one is worried because Virginia often goes out to gather flowers for the dinner table at this time. At 6:00, Virginia has still not returned, and Mrs. Otis sends the boys out to find her; they are unsuccessful. Everyone is very worried, and Mr. Otis remembers he gave a band of gypsies permission to stay on his land. He fears they may have kidnapped Virginia. However, when he goes to question them, he finds they have left, which increases his suspicions. Mr. Otis contacts the authorities, then goes out again to look for Virginia himself. The young Duke, Cecil is very upset about Virginia's disappearance and goes with Mr. Otis. They check at the railway station, but no one matching Virginia's description has been seen...

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