|The Butler, Disturbed|
|Japanese Title||その執事、移動 |
Sono Shitsuji, Idō
|Anime Episodes||Book of Murder ‒ Part 1 and 2|
|Arc||Phantomhive Manor Murders Arc|
|Release Date||May 18, 2010|
|Previous Chapter||The Butler, Wailing|
|Next Chapter||The Butler, Dispensable|
The Butler, Disturbed (その執事、移動, Sono Shitsuji, Idō) is Chapter 45 of the Kuroshitsuji manga.
The chapter begins with a large knock from the celler room, and the servants are shown preparing to attack whoever is behind the door. Meanwhile with Ciel Phantomhive and the other guests, Karl Woodley expresses his disbelief of a thirteenth person, when he is interrupted by Baldroy and Finnian who claim they have caught a "suspicious looking guy," who they have bound in rope.
While everyone epresses their shock at there actually being a thirteenth person, Ciel greets the man, revealing him to be Father Jeremy Rathbone, who he personally knows. Karl is insantly suspicious of Jeremy, declaring Jeremy must be responsible for the crimes, but Jeremy calmly denies such, and asks Baldroy to open his bag (as he is still bound by rope), and it is revealed that his bag contains the owl Sebastian Michaelis had sent with a letter. Ciel reads the letter, and announces that Sebastian anticipated that he would be killed and sent a letter to Jeremy.
Unwilling to trust a simple letter, Grimsby Keane demands proof that Jeremy could not have committed the murders. As proof Jeremy asks Finnian search his pocket and show his ticket for the play The Lady of the Lake that was performed the evening before at the Lyceum Theatre in London. Jeremy then says even if he traveled with an hansom cab, it would take over two hours to get to Phantomhive Mansion, but Baldroy is suspicious about it. Jeremy answers there are a lot of means to travel like walking or swimming, even if it may be impossible for normal beings. Arthur Conan Doyle declares because of that it would be impossible for Jeremy to be involved in the murders.
Having received enough evicence that Jeremy is not involved in the murders, he is released from the ropes that were binding him, and Jeremy is cuaght up to speed about what has happened. Jeremy then requests to see the bodies as "they will eloquently tell me nothing but the truth." Arthur gets up from his seat to take Jeremy to the celler, but Jeremy requests for the bodies to be placed in separate rooms as all three bodies together would interfere with their sents, as well as the heavy smell of wine in the celler.
In a short interlude, Baldroy, Mey-Rin and Finnian discuss Jeremy. Baldroy is annoyed and suspicious with Jeremy, but Finnian feels that they can trust him, although Finnian does not know why he feels like they can. Mey-Rin agrees with Baldroy that Finnian is too trusting.
Back with Ciel and the rest of the guests Jeremy requests to see the bodies in the order that they were killed.
Characters in Order of Appearance
- Karl Woodley
- Ciel Phantomhive
- Jeremy Rathbone
- Irene Diaz
- Grimsby Keane
- Charles Grey
- Arthur Conan Doyle
- Sebastian Michaelis