The light fixtures and the accessories of the staircase were undisturbed. I concluded that he was dead from a wound to the head and that he was intoxicated with alcohol. (Objective Summary) I believe that Queenies claim is true and she did not kill her husband. (Claim) From asking questions to Queenie, her friends, and other residents of the neighborhood, I concluded that Queenie and Arthur had an intense argument. Shortly after, Queenie left to go to a Country Club Grand Opening party.
At the beginning of the story there was an un ordinary mom named Starr knight, she was one to wear glossy make up and brand name clothes. Until her husband found her wearing baggy clothes and murdered in a tangle of kudzu. That 's how the beginning of the book started with mistrys. Everyone shocked with this murder was wondering how they were going to tell starr knights kinds that their mother has passed away. So when it came to the time they had to tell the kids about their mother, they decided to lie about it instead of telling them their mother was murdered.
She doesn’t meet Jalil but the next morning when Jalil 's chauffeur drives Mariam home, she finds that her mother’s dead body. Mariam grieves and blames herself for her mother’s death. Mullah Faizullah, her elderly kuran teacher tries to stop her from accusing herself for her mother’s death. Later, after the funeral Jalil takes her to his home. Her step mothers see her as an
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.
They examined the body and a piece of skull was missing from the top of her head, and a flashlight fit exactly in that space. She was strangled with a garrote and she was also sexually assaulted. She died from all of these terrible things, but ultimately died from the blow to the head. JonBenet did not drink or eat anything that was poisoned, she died from abuse. They may have tried to cover it up as an accident and a break in so it would throw off the police.
Death is repeated throughout the short story, “A Rose for Emily.” In the beginning of the story her mother loses her mind then later dies of unmentioned causes. Shortly after her mother’s death her father chokes at the dinner table at dies from suffocation. After these incidents I believe Emily developed an infatuation with death. It took 3 days before she allowed them to come and collect her father’s body. Later, Emily meets a man while he is doing construction outside of her house and they fall in love and get married.
A few weeks past when his grandma was killed by a drunk driver. Her last words were to forgive the diver. Then, his dad’s friend gets shot in the head after fighting for the last bottle of beer. Finally, his sister dies in her husband's trailer when the curtain caught on fire and burned down the trailer. During his sister's funeral, he sprinted away into the woods only to find his friend Rowdy crying.
Ray Bradbury’s, The Whole Town’s sleeping, is about a woman Lavinia Nebbs, who is going to the theatre with her 2 friends, Francine and Helen. On their way, they find a dead body, which was their other friend Eliza Ramsell’s. Assuming it was the anonymous serial killer, nicknamed “The Lonely One”, they call the police. After the theatre trip, the friends head home. However, Lavinia senses someone is following her.
It was a luxurious house but unfortunately his wife dead minutes before she was to set her eyes on Hill House. He married again, twice. The second Mrs. Crain died of a fall in the house and the third Mrs. Crain died of what they call consumption in Europe. Hugh then decided to close the house and his two daughters were sent to live in the town. Hugh Crain then died somewhere in Europe.
In fact, the night the house caught on fire a friend of the sodders had seen the kids in a car driving away from the fire (The Sodder Children Mystery). Furthermore, a week after the fire at a dinner a waitress had said she had seen the children with some adults, she could not remember how many, and she was not allowed to talk to the children but the children all looked very upset and sad (The Sodder Children Mystery). COnsidering how many people said they saw the kids after the fire it is no wonder why they think they were kidnapped. For example, a woman who had worked at a Charleston hotel whoahd seen the childrens photos said “ she had seen four of the five a week after the fire.” and also “ The children were accompanied by two women and two men, all of italian extraction” (16 of the Strangest Unsolved Mysteries). Another example is a manager at another hotel said he also saw the children with 4 adults and all speaking italian ( Sodder Children).