The Monstrumologist - Chapter Three: It Seems I Must Reconsider My Original Hypothesis Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three: It Seems I Must Reconsider My Original Hypothesis Summary

In Chapter Three, Will, Warthrop, and Erasmus return to Old Hill Cemetery, where Erasmus originally found the Anthropophagi. Will points out the Warthrop's are heroes to the town as wealthy and politicians, even though the last several generations have gone against the grain. Erasmus and Warthrop arm themselves as they enter and arrive at the graveside where the young woman was mutilated. Will images the creatures chasing them, but the doctor does warn to keep their eyes peeled. Erasmus again shows sympathy for Will as he is clearly upset, and although Will tries to be brave, the old man's charm eventually pierces Will's armor, and the two become friends. When Will is called by the doctor to the graveside, however, Warthrop quizzes Erasmus endlessly, only...

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