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PKS 1413+135 is an enigma: while classified as a BL Lac due to its polarized near-IR continuum (Stocke et al. 1992) and optical spectrum (Beichmann et al. 1981), it appears to lie within a spiral host (McHardy et al. 1991, Stocke et al. 1992). In addition, the AGN is highly obscured (Beichmann et al. 1981, Carilli et al. 1992, Stocke et al. 1992, Wiklind & Combes 1994, 1995). Yet there is no evidence that the absorbing gas is being heated and re-emitting the AGN radiation in the form ofdoi:10.1017/s0074180900080141 fatcat:eowgdvvexbf5jgppf25cwgyb5y