On the outside, H.H. Holmes,
Detective Frank Geyer, in The Holmes-Pitezel Case, uses an unattributed quote to end the chapter on the discovery of Howard Pitezel's body: "Truth, like the sun, submits to be obscured but like the sun, only for a time." But the sun--even in the leafy repast of Holy Cross Cemetery--always sets.
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