They found the body of the unfortunate trainer
Photographic reproduction of watercolor
Illustration for Arthur Conan Doyle's “The Adventure of Silver Blaze,” p. 188.
Passage illustrated: "About a quarter of a mile from the stables John Straker's overcoat was flapping from a furze-bush. Immediately beyond there was a bowl-shaped depression in the moor, and at the bottom of this was found the dead body of the unfortunate trainer. His head had been shattered by a savage blow from some heavy weapon, and he was wounded on the thigh, where there was a long, clean cut, inflicted evidently by some very sharp instrument.”
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