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MAJOR MARTIN GETS READY FOR WAR

necessary for you to try to put a pair of boots on your feet, keeping your ankle and foot absolutely rigid, and with the latter at right angles to the leg-the operation is utterly impossible.
This was a bad check: we knew that to freeze and then to thaw a body, and then to freeze it again is a sure way to hasten the process of decomposition when eventually the body is allowed finally to thaw out. If we had to do this we might well vitiate the whole basis of Sir Bernard Spilsbury's calculations. What were we to do?
Suddenly we thought of the solution. We got an electric fire and thawed the feet and ankles only; then hurriedly, yet carefully, we dressed the body completely, and finally, with sincere mental apologies for what we were doing to it, replaced it in the cold storage.
Our third visit was on Saturday the 17th April, 1943 at 6 p.m., when we went to fetch Major Martin for the start of his journey. First we put the personal letters and the wallet with his passes and so on into his pockets. Then we added the usual "junk" that a man carries about on him, or unwittingly collects in his pockets. The final list was somewhat impressive:

Identity discs (2) "Major W. MARTIN, R.M., R/C," attached to braces.
Silver cross on silver chain round neck. Watch, wrist.
Wallet, containing:
Photograph of fiancee.
Book of stamps (z used).
2 letters from fiancee.

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