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On the level above her a door was standing slightly open inside the house, letting enough light through from the upper floors for Joe to see to climb. " he asked Maria, as she closed and latched the trapdoor behind him. "Only that this house contains about a thousand fossils, and a million Indian arrowheads and things. " Maria looked around as if to make sure that they were quite alone. " Joe gave the young woman a level, thoughtful look. "A vampire pulled them off," he told her at last. " Maria's lip curled slightly.
Outside, Joe, sitting helplessly on the ground, was using his own radio to call for help. John Southerland, getting the call, at last did leave his post, moving decisively. With flashlight in hand he went running around the house and downhill to the place from which Joe was calling for help. John relaxed somewhat when the beam of his flashlight showed him his brother-in-law sitting on a rock, swearing too loudly for a man with a mortal injury. " John grabbed the older man under the arms and hoisted.
One attempted step on his right leg was all he needed to convince him that he was through running for the night. He collapsed again, with a groan of pain. Meanwhile John Southerland, dutifully holding his assigned post at the front of the house, heard some disturbance inside, or, as he thought, at the rear. There was a crash of glass and other violent noise, accompanied by yells in several voices. John crouched slightly, alternating his attention between the house and the approaches to it, from which the last tourist had disappeared more than an hour ago.
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