Arthur Williams died on October 5th, 2015. Queenie Williams was out at the country club with her friends until she arrived home around one in the morning to supposedly find her husband dead at the bottom of the stairs. His wife is believed to be the alleged killer based on evidence at the crime scene. Queenie had said that her and her husband had had a heated argument resulting in having the wife leave for the night, and when she arrived home he was laying at the base of the step unmoving. Key witnesses have reported that when Queenie arrived at the country club she seemed “agitated and not herself”.
After the retired detective gave Twyla some information, weeks later his demeanor changed and he said he couldn 't help her anymore. What happened? A young newspaper reporter covered the story of the 40 year vigil held this past July. This reporter seemed very concerned then and had hopes of helping solve this case. Now she will not even return Twyla 's phone messages.
First, Vanessa Vermont had bought a new broiler and she wanted an outlet for it in her kitchen. In the morning she called an electrician to come install it in. His name was James Volta. Next, when the police walked in the kitchen, we saw Vanessa lying on the kitchen floor dead with a fatal head wound. Finally, James said that he never went to the house and said that the husband knew how to hook it up.
On August 7, 2015 a young women by the name of Heather Maples was found dead at The Cove Apartments, where she lived at. MPD Detective James Abbott discovered her body lying on her stomach, with signs of “blunt force trauma” to her head, and also marks on her neck which indicates strangulation. Her phone was discovered underneath her, so investigators went through in hopes of finding more evidence. She was last seen alive at a bar called Gentleman Jim’s Bar with a couple of male friends that night.
As George was left to die, a passer-by saw him lying next to his car, he used the cab radio to call for help. Police were already on their way, the cyclists had already phoned them. A man matching the description of the killer, had been seen in a chip shop just 1 mile away from where George had been killed. He was covered in blood, and had scratches on his face.
Was she murdered, and if so why. Forensic evidence will tell us why Upon entering the room where anna had died beside the body the blood The blood is the is the second thing to stand out.the blood recovered scene of the crime belonged to Anna or Erica Piedmont (suspect). After further investigations we found that the blood had belonged
As we entered the crime scene, we noticed several things that appeared to be out of the ordinary. The first thing that we observed was the position of the body. Mr. Volupides body was perfectly positioned on his back with his legs still on the stairs. We also noticed that his clothing was not out of order in any way and he was wearing a bow tie at the time of his death. Also in his left hand was a drinking glass that was unbroken.
Did Queenie kill her husband Arthur or did he actually fall down the stairs? That was the question that was asked when Queenie returned to her house and ten minutes later called her friends into her house. Queenie claims that, “Arthur slipped and fell on the stairs”(1 “Slip or Trip”). According to the evidence his body is in the wrong position and the glass in his hand shows that he was set up by Quinnie. Therefore, Quinnie did kill her husband Arthur and set it up to look like Arthur had died on his own.
The Last attempt to get his families attention, he ran off the tenants that rented out the room. His sister insisted on getting rid of him in her eyes, he was causing the family to be held back from greater things and was being a burden for the family as well. The last moments of his life he tried to crawl back into his room, but his body was lifeless he had no energy to go anywhere. He finally took his last breath and laid there and died. His family felt sad at the same time it was a sense of relief for the
After his sleep he goes back to the town and finds himself in a new country and finds out his wife is dead. He is relieved to hear the news of his wife, and shows little care in the new politics. This shows the readers that despite having
In conclusion, after having the facts stated it still seems like Queenie is guilty. She was with Arthur when other people weren 't, and that gave her time to commit the crime. She was drunk when this happens, so it is possible that she didn 't realize what she was doing. The police could use this evidence as a theory of the crime. Queenie could possibly be in a lot of trouble if the crime is
On August 31, 1888, at about 3:40 am, Charles Cross and Robert Paul were walking down Bucksrow in London, England on a cool Friday morning. At the end of the alleyway, they noticed a bundle of blankets. When the two men kept walking, they noticed that bundle was not just blankets, but the body of Maryann Nichols, a prostitute that worked the Whitechapel area. She had her throat slashed and had been disemboweled. She seemed to have been only dead about a half hour, meaning that her killer was probably still in the area.
He receives a letter from Roderick telling him that his sister is sick and he needs help. She ends up dying from catalepsy putting them both in a stressful situation. They end up burying her alive under the house. She crawls out and attacks Roderick and he dies from fear while she ends up dying completely . The narrator runs away from the house as it falls apart behind him.
The last thing he saw was the door of his room being pulled open, his sister was screaming, his mother ran out in front of her in her blouse (as his sister had taken off some of her clothes after she had fainted to make it easier for her to