The Curse of the Pharaohs - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

Milverton explains he is not the Lord Baskerville who recently died but the heir to the title. His real name is Arthur, but he has been using the name Charles Milverton to pursue his lifelong ambition to become a famous photographer. He was ultimately hired by his uncle Lord Baskerville, who never knew Milverton's true identity. While Amelia and Milverton are talking, Milverton sees the Woman in White. Abdullah does not see the apparition. Amelia rises early the next morning anxious to get to the excavation site and tell Emerson of her suspicions that Arthur killed Lord Baskerville to gain his title. At breakfast, Lady Baskerville says she was kept awake by seeing the Woman In White as well.

When they reach the tomb, Emerson shows them the new finding of beautiful wall to ceiling paintings. Now the tomb is in much greater...

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