Murder on the Orient Express - Part 2: Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary

In this section, Poirot continues his psychological and physical investigation of the crime.

Mrs. Hubbard rushes into the restaurant car and at great length tells Poirot, M. Bouc and Dr. Constantine what happened. In the middle of the night, she says, she woke up with the feeling there was a man in her compartment. She says she was frozen in terror for several moments, but then realized that the button for her bell was beside the bed and rang it several times. When the Conductor (Michel) finally came and turned on the light, the room was revealed empty, and the latch on the connecting door between her and Ratchett's compartments was open. She says she told Michel to lock it again and then left. When Poirot asks her whether she's certain of her story, she empties her purse and...

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