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Phantoms Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, Chapters 11-15; Exploring, Battleground, Suddenly, Containment, The Thing at the Window Summary

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Part One, Chapters 11-15; Exploring, Battleground, Suddenly, Containment, The Thing at the Window Summary

Bryce Hammond examines the body of Paul Henderson and confirms that there is no trauma to the body. The eight people then go to Liebermann's Bakery to examine the heads of the couple.

The police search the bakery, but are unable to find the bodies of the victims. The group then moves outside to the tunnel and Bryce ventures in to investigate. Not far into the tunnel, Bryce also feels as if he is not alone, and thinks he sees something moving in the drain. Bryce cannot get over the sense of dread he feels and quickly leaves the alley.

The group splits up to investigate the town. The first group, Frank Autry, a former military man with a serious nature, Stu Wargle...

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