The A.B.C. Murders - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 26, Inspector Crome reaches the theater where the murder has happened. He gets an interview with Mr. Leadbutter, the man who was sitting behind the victim. Mr. Leadbutter is excited about having been so close to the murder and exaggerates about the murderer, saying he was a giant. An ABC railway guide is found under the seat, and at the end of the chapter, Poirot and Hastings finally make it to the theater.

In Chapter 27, it is found that it was not someone with the letter ‘D’ that was murdered, but with the letter ‘E,’ George Earlsfield, the local barber. Roger Emmanuel Downes, who was in the theater a few seats away, gives testimony about the murder. In his testimony he says that he was going to sit where Earlsfield sat, but moved at the last minute. The investigators hypothesize that he...

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