And Then There Were None

what frightens Rogers at the end of chapter 6? what does this fact imply?

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Dr. Armstrong joins the men on the terrace but just as he is about to speak, Rogers pulls him back into the house. He points him towards the china figures in the middle of the table. Each soldier disappears once there is a murder.  Rogers is frightened and points out to him that last night there were ten, but now there are only eight.