Kemp was a cool headed man who did not panic at the sight of blood stains on the floor, door handle or the bed spread. He tried to analyse the situation with a cool mind. He concluded that someone was present in his house. Then a voice calling out his name and a blood stained bandage hanging in mid air confirmed his doubts. Soon he found himself grappling with someone who got overpowered by this invisible man. However, Kemp didn’t give up and made full use of his free hands and legs, giving punches and kicks to the opponent. After a brief struggle, Kemp gave up. The invisible man threatened that he would smash his face if he made any noise. Kemp realized that the invisible man was getting the better of him. So very sensibly, he surrendered without showing any obstinacy. The invisible man the introduced himself to Kemp as Griffin, his junior at the university college. He also reminded him that he was the very tall ‘albino’ who had won a gold medal in Chemistry. Kemp found it difficult to believe but he gave him a dingy scarlet robe, socks and slippers to save him from the chill. Besides, he offered him his room to sleep for the night. There was no trace of fear as Kemp dealt with the invisible man. In fact, he had a very matter of fact approach towards the whole issue. Thus, we find him to be fearless, sensible, reasonable and practical person who deftly handled the complicated situation.