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From: "Tony Ellis" <tony.ellis@futurenet.co.uk>
Subject: Re: (urth) The Commotion at the Piteous Gate is a Mystery?!
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 09:13:47 +0100

Mantis wrote:

> I was using the incident at the gate as a categorical example (a situation
> with few clues, in contrast to a locked room murder mystery with a dozen
> red herrings masquerading as many clues) rather than an attempt to revive
> the mystery or the controversy.  But yes, the personal reading you've
> described was covered in the discussion--I think at one point I referred to
> it as the "Sanguinary Turnstile" theory.  (Although "Daily Shooting of Fish
> in a Barrel" might be closer to the mark. <g>)

And I think at a point just after that I explained why Mantis was wrong. <g>

Urth Vol. 10, a short post entitled "Meanwhile, back at the gate", for anyone who still thinks what
happened at the Piteous Gate is a mystery. (Or like shooting fish in a barrel, come to that.)

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