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Something Wicked This Way Comes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary

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Part 2: Chapters 25, 26, and 27 Summary

Miss Foley reflects upon how her house is always completely covered with mirrors, with "bright shadows of herself." She feels that there is something in the mirrors that she should be paying more attention to, but she is afraid that would upset the equilibrium of her life. She considers what to do about the three boys (Will, Jim, and her nephew) and places a call to the library. She tells Will's father to meet her at the police station in ten minutes.

One of the medics mentions carefully that the old man did look dead in that electric chair. The policemen assume he's joking, and the medics decide not to push the matter. Will and Jim lie to the policemen about their real names and where they live, and they are dropped off at a couple of dark houses near the police station...

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