Watson found out who the initials L.L. belong to and he gav this person a visit. He asked her some questions about Sir Charles death. Later he went home and Frankland wanted him to come inside his house and drink some wine because he had wone something. He showed Watson a boy bringing proviant inside the moor. Frankland thinks that its the escapee who get's this proviant. Watson goes and has a look behind the hill on the moor and went into a house. There he saw a letter with the sentence: ,,Watson arrived in Combee Tracey." He waited for the man comeing back into this house. Suddendly he heard a wellknown voice saying: ,,It is a lovely evening, my dear Watson. I really think that you will be more comfortable outside than in."