Prudence thought for a little, then she said, “Did Snap actually bark or growl?”
“Well… perhaps it was half and half… I think,” hesitatingly, “he may have begun with a growl and ended barking,” replied Mary.
“The reason why I ask,” said Prudence, “is that dogs do see the supernatural more, I think, than humans, and if it had been anything of that sort I fancy he would have growled more than barked. Did he seem much frightened?”
Uh-hu... I thought the plot was ridiculous before, but now we also have an inquiry into ghosts and whether dogs are more susceptible to noticing supernatural phenomena than humans.
And I really don't care about their riding exploits.
Is it too early for gin?