Harold Morley is a Shakespearean actor working with Hamlin's company. He is a stout, little man with a surprisingly deep voice and is almost totally bald. He had several wigs made by expert wigmaker Kauffman one of which was used as a disguise in various crimes around Bayport. However, it transpired that the wig had been stolen from Morley when his dressing room was robbed during a performance one night. In addition, at the time of the theft Hamlin's company were working a three-week run at the Crescent Theater where Morley was playing Launcelot Gobbo in The Merchant of Venice, giving him a perfect alibi.[1]


The Hardy Boys

1. The Tower Treasure


  1. The Hardy Boys #1 The Tower Treasure (1959) pp85-87
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