The Monstrumologist - Chapter Twelve: The Devil's Manger Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twelve: The Devil's Manger Summary

In Chapter Twelve, Kearns explains that the lead female Anthropophagi has escaped into her lair, which he believes is in the Warthrop family mausoleum. Inside, the men find a hidden clock, stuck at twelve o'clock, but as Kearns moves the hands, he hears the click of a lock. After reflecting for several minutes, Warthrop suggests they set it to the witching hour, as that was mentioned in Alistair's journal. Once set, the rock slab behind it opens enough for a man to pass through. Warthrop investigates, and comes back with news of a staircase with a locked door. Kearns unpacks more goods for the journey, including flares, grenades, and packets of glitter to mark their way. Kearns suggests Morgan's men remain above ground, on watch, while he, Warthrop, and Malachi go underground. Will is to...

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