The Curse of the Pharaohs - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16 Summary

The group tries to find meaning in the rantings of Madame Berengeria the previous night, and how it related to her death. Although it is clearly about an Egyptian tale of two brothers, the connection is not understood at this point. Emerson announces that he is spending the night in the tomb and that his messenger is arriving the next morning. He reiterates that the messenger's note will allow him to announce who murdered Lord Baskerville and committed the other crimes. Lady Baskerville is extremely flustered and it is at this moment that Emerson claims to see a flutter of white outside, insinuating it is the infamous Woman in White.

Emerson goes to the tomb, and Amelia waits until midnight to dress, blacken her face, and go to the tomb as well. She finds Emerson hidden in the hills and then they find...

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