Since Sinclairs are wealthy Penny, Bess and Carrie all want to get all the inheritance when Harris dies and they all fight over it. The liars come up with an idea to burn the clairmont down so the aunts have nothing to fight over. “ We burned not a home, but a symbol” (Lockhart page 152) Cadence remembers what her and the liars did to the Clairmont. Once Cadence realizes what her and the liars did to the Clairmont, she tells Johnny that she remember what happened. “Gat, Mirren, and Johnny perished in a house fire thought to be an accident and Cadence didn’t notice the fire” ( Lockhart page 201).
On January 2nd, Jenny Goodheart noticed two bottles of milk sitting outside Mr. Peacock’s door. Confused and worried, Ms. Goodheart looked through his window to see his dead body lying on the floor. She ran down to the police station and told us what had happened. My detective crew and I had gone to Mr. Peacock 's house and entered through the window to see him lying there like Ms. Goodheart had explained. From the evidence my team and I gathered we had determined that the death of Winston Peacock was a suicide because of his lack of money, the gun in his right hand, and him living alone.
On the morning of Sunday, November 15 1959, Nancy Ewalt and Susan Kidwell arrived at the Clutter 's house to carpool to church. After ringing the bell several times and receiving no response, they decided to enter the house. Upon entering, they found all the telephone connections severed and Nancy Clutter 's purse laid ransacked on the floor. Dumbfounded, they ran upstairs for any signs of the Clutters. There, they found Nancy Clutter 's body, she had suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head.
In a small Southern California town, a woman calls police to report her husband never returned from his afternoon run. The police determine that Robert Dorotik was a marathon runner and suspected he had experienced a medical episode until they discover his body the next morning. Initial examination indicated death by blunt force trauma to the head. Additionally there was a rope around Bob’s neck and signs of strangulation. The tire tracks around the body implied the body had been dumped at the location.
Currently I am on the run from the police and I swear it is not my fault or maybe it is. I am Jorge Diglenutbutom and I am here to tell you of the mystery of Mr.Boddy. Mr.Boddy was not a very classy man; he was in many affairs. He was found dead yesterday in his own house, but blood was everywhere. I have narrowed down the possible crime objects, rooms, and suspects to six suspects, six, and eight rooms.
He rejects the way society reject books by rebelling against society and becomes a fugitive, “Police Alert. Wanted: Fugitive in city. Has committed murder and crimes against the State. Name: Guy Montag” (Bradbury 117). Montag goes as far as to hide books in a fireman’s home and turned him in, “And now since you’re a fireman’s wife, its your house and your turn, for all the houses your husband burned and the people he hurt without thinking” (Bradbury 124).
He then dies, Dally bursts out of the hospital. Pony goes home neglecting the fact that Johnny had died. Then when he gets home Dally calls and says that he had robed the shop and that the police were following him, when they all see him he raises his gun so that the police would shoot him, that was his way of committing
His wife interjects, and the narrator kills his wife in anger. He chooses to hide his wife’s body in the walls of the cellar. The police search his house, but they don’t find anything, and the narrator becomes overly confident. When he taps the wall hiding his wife’s dead body with a cane, there’s a loud shrieking noise. Ultimately, the narrator gets
Another example is, when Paul pulled Farrah’s hair and dragged her out the house and beat her, he hit her with closed fist and opened fist. The last example of domestic violence that was in the movie was when Paul banged her head against the glass multiple times to where her head was dripping in blood and she ran to his moms house and hid in the closet. The cops arrived but said they could not take him because they didn't see him do
Peter and Pavel had no idea that a night of celebrating would turn into a night of death. They had thrown a groom and his bride over the side of their sledge in order to lighten the load and escape the wolves. Cather’s story even states, “Pavel and Peter drove into the village alone, and they had been alone ever since. They were run out of their village. Pavel's own mother would not look at him.” This statement even shows how betrayed the town had felt towards the two men who threw a couple to their death.
After Dahmer killed more and more men and consuming their bodies, Dahmer lived his average day live without anyone knowing his secret. After a while the police began to notice that more and more men were disappearing and no one knew where they went. A man came running out of Dahmer’s apartment and the neighbors called the police. When the police arrived Dahmer was trying to calm him down, They asked what was going on, “just a spouse argument” says Dahmer. The police got into there car and drove off.
There was a man there searching, because the people were afraid we would take something, so that door was always locked” (Leap for Life, Leap for Death). The front doors of the factory would always be locked because the owners Isaac Harris and Max Blanck thought one of the employees might steal something from the factory. When they tried to go downstairs, the flames of the fire burned them that prevented them to try leave the building. The factory owners were charged for manslaughter after the fire. A few years later they were acquitted and let out of