H.G. Wells has a cunning plan to rescue the detained Walkers , he has disguised Zapp's Mounted Policemen as members of the 'Black Hand' revolutionaries so to hide Treborian involvement in the action . However the Treborian government will not allow Zapp to accompany them . H.G.Wells and Miss Perkins have adopted disguise as well .
Zapp wishes the intrepid pair good luck as they sneak across the border to the village where the Walkers are being held .
H.G. and the Mounted Police creep up on the unsuspecting Albanian guards …….
(battle report to follow)
Interestingly this photograph has been known to H.G. Wells scholars for many year and it purports to show H.G.Wells and a female companion in theatrical dress . There seems to be an address of a photographer on the front but it is indistinct and written on the back is written ' H.G. and I Treboria' and an smudged date . I believe it is a photo of H.G. Wells and Miss Perkins taken shortly after their successful rescue of Mr and Mrs Walker (spoiler alert), although the man is heavily disguised with a false beard the woman bears a distinct likeness to the notorious Miss P. Perkins .