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The boys were shocked. It was bad enough to pay a huge ransom for the stolen race-horse, but to lose the animal after acceding to the kidnappers' demands was a real tragedy. "They sent me letters," explained Mr. Prescott. "They proved to me that they actually had Topnotch in their possession by mentioning a certain hidden mark on his body. I left the money at a place we agreed upon and the horse was to have been sent to the Spur-town track stables by truck. But the crooks doublecrossed me. " "My brother and I could fill in until Dad comes home," offered Frank.
He was the one who screamed. Maybe because he saw me, maybe because the other fellow knocked him down. " asked Bill, wild-eyed. "When the headlights of the truck were turned on me, I was blinded for an instant," replied Frank. "Then he saw me waving my arms up and down," went on Joe. " "Go on," prodded Chet, as the Hardys paused. "I lost my balance," said Frank. "I grabbed for the sill, missed it, and-----" "Fell to the ground," finished Joe. "Scared me to 'death. But when I rushed over to Frank, he was all right.
I might have killed you if-if-----" Frank reached out and took the pistol from his aunt's fingers. He was fearful it might go off. There was no danger, however! It was only a toy gun. Although the joke had been on the boys, they now used it to tease their relative. " Frank asked as he crawled through the window, followed by Joe. "I-I keep it under my pillow-for protection," quavered the lady, furious that her deception had been found out. Joe could not repress a snicker. Aunt Gertrude grabbed the toy pistol from Frank's hand and thrust it under her pillow.