Charles Dickens aids Jacob or Evie in investigating the source of their hypnotism and arresting the man responsible.
The hypnotized Assassin, now sane, returned to Dickens.
- Dickens: Have you truly no recollection of the events that landed you in a cell?
- Jacob: I remember what the other victims remember. A silver watch, the sound of a bell and a sort of shadow.
- Evie: My mind is blank, save for the glint of a silver object, the toll of a bell, and a presence of some sort.
- Dickens: A glint of silver and a tolling bell, eh? I must say, you look very tired.
- Jacob/Evie: Yes. I am so very, very tired.
Dickens de-hypnotized the Ghost Club member, making Jacob or Evie recall Enzio's hypnotism.
- Enzio: Now you're going to do a little job of work for me, aren't you?
- Jacob/Evie: Now I'm going to do a little job of work for you.
- Enzio: You cost me a bit of money, mate, so I think it's only fair that you replenish my coffers with donations from the good people of London. You will steal money for me, won't you?
- Jacob/Evie: Yes. I will steal money for you.
Remembering his or her hypnotized past, the Assassin had stolen money from three civilians.
- Civilian 1: How dare you! Leave me alone!
- Civilian 2: Help! Thief!
- Civilian 3: Oi, get away from me, you dodger!
The Ghost Club member had returned to Enzio, giving the stolen money. The latter ordered him to surrender himself or herself to the police.
- Enzio: Good, very good. Now, we can't have criminals like you roaming the streets. You will surrender to the police, won't you?
- Jacob/Evie: Yes, I will surrender to the police.
- Enzio: Oh, and when you do, you're going to do a silly little dance for them.
Darwin continued his story to the Assassin.
- Dickens: I say, you gave me a terrible fright. Muttering about a man named "Ezio".
- Jacob: Enzio Capelli. Not a demon, but a hypnotist. And he's not even Italian!
- Evie: I was hypnotized by Enzio Capelli. Not a demon after all. Nor Italian, for that matter!
- Dickens: I suspected hypnotism from the very start! You must find the villain.
Eventually locating the hypnotist, Jacob or Evie would find him hypnotizing some Blighters.
- Enzio: You're going to stand watch while I ransack this house, aren't you?
- Blighters 1: Yes. I'm going to stand watch while you ransack this house.
- Enzio: You're going to obey the bell, aren't you?
- Blighters 1: Yes. I'm going to obey the bell.
- Blighters 2: Keep an eye out for valuables.
- Enzio: What was that noise? Go take a look!
The Assassin tried to kidnap the hypnotist.
- Enzio: Release me at once! I admit it! I'm not Italian! It was just for my act! Nobody wanted to see a British hypnotist!
- Jacob: Oh, shut up!
- Evie: I don't care.
- Enzio: I'll give you anything you want!
- Jacob: I want you to shut your mouth. Do you know a Doctor John Elliotson?
- Evie: I would like you to be quiet. Are you a contemporary of Dr. Elliotson?
- Enzio: Never heard of the man.
- Jacob: Do you really think mesmerism would work?
- Evie: Mesmerism as a criminal enterprise was not a bright idea.
- Enzio: How dare you! I'm a hypnotist!
He or she placed him in a carriage for delivery.
- Enzio: My body does not bend that way! This is really quite painful. Can we not work out an arrangement?
- Jacob: Time to confess and free the people under your silly spell.
- Evie: You will make reparation for your crimes and liberate the innocents you've used.
The Ghost Club successfully delivered the hypnotist Enzio Capelli to the police.
- Charles Dickens mistook Enzio Capelli's name as Ezio, alluding to Ezio Auditore da Firenze's name.