Susan Wright Case Susan Lucille Wright born April 24, 1976 is an American woman from Houston, Texas, who made headlines in 2003 for stabbing her husband, Jeff Wright, 193 times and then burying his body in their backyard. on Monday, January 13, 2003, Susan Wright, 26, tied her husband Jeff Wright, 34, to their bed and stabbed him at least 193 times with two different knives. Following the incident, she dragged his body to the backyard of their home and buried him. In an attempt to clean up the crime, she tried painting the walls of the bedroom. She also went to the police station the following day to report a domestic abuse incident and obtained a restraining order against Jeff, in order to explain his disappearance.
In Susan Glaspell's play “Trifles,” there is a difference between the men and women’s way of perceiving evidence to Mr. Wright’s murder case. The men spend most of their time searching for solid evidence upstairs where Mr. Wright's murder takes place. However, the women spend most of their time in Mrs. Wright’s kitchen. Instead of seeking tangible evidence, they inspect the condition of the items and acknowledge how they have been muddled around. Different perspectives lead to a variety of discoveries such as the women’s way of perceiving evidence.
Diane Marie (Dalton) Schofield was born Nov. 1, 1953. Diane’s survivors include a daughter, Shawna Marie of Des Moines; her mother, Mrs. Marie Dalton of Des Moines; her father, Kenneth Dalton of Des Moines; two brothers, Robert and Martin, both of Des Moines; a half brother, Kenneth Valadez of Des Moines; and a sister, Twyla Dalton Johnson of Des Moines. Diane grew up on Des Moines’ north side, and attended Woodside Junior High and Lincoln High School. She attended the Southtown Pentecostal Church. She married Kenneth Lee Schofield August 7, 1969, and the couple resided on Des Moines’ south side.
A girl named Susie Salmon (like the fish) has gone missing in Norristown, Pennsylvania. They have not found the man who has done it but the police are looking into it. They believe that were her last existence was in a cornfield shortly after school. Detective Len Fennerman has said that “The police haven 't found much but they are doing the best they can.” I chose this picture because it shows that Susie is a missing/dead person in the book”If she hadn 't been there,” The doctor said “you would have lost your little boy.”
On February 11, 1987, Peggy Hettrick’s body was found in a field in Fort Collins, Colorado. Hettrick’s body was located near the Prime Minister Pub and Grill which was the last place Hettrick was spotted alive at approximately 1:30 in the morning (Possley, 2016). When police found Peggy Hettrick’s body she had been stabbed in the back and sexually mutilated. Eye witnesses reported that Hetterick left the pub after allegedly witnessing her boyfriend with another female.
15 year old Hannah Spellmen was announced dead on August 14 1909 in Bridgeport. After 5 months of investigating the trial was closed because the only clue that was left was her drawing book but all the pages were blank. Hannah was known for her dark grey eyes. 87 years later it was warm spring and 15 year old Emily Martin found herself in her mom 's room looking for shoes to match her dark grey eyes only to find a musty box. Reports, newspapers, articles all about a girl who disappeared and under all that was a drawing book.
The technique used in this story is symbolism. Near the end of the story, Mr.Adams sees the hitchhiker another time. This time he describes him. In the text it states “There was nothing sinister about him, he was a drab as a mud fence”. This supports the claim because the hitchhiker does and/or could not walk faster than a moving car and there was not a single car that past Adams while driving.
Anna Hoffman sat at her kitchen table sipping her cup of herbal tea and staring out bay window. She looked up at clock and back to bay window. It was near end of summer and Anna thought about phone call she received previous evening from a man by name of Donald Semmes. They had talked for about an hour on phone concerning possibility that this man could be her real father. Anna had been adopted about 20 years ago, to a middle aged couple, Joe and Denise Hoffman.
Once upon a time there was a fair maiden named Susie. She lived a happy life, trusting of any creature that she met. She was especially fond of knights because she 'd her brother, Jack, was a knight. She met some knights through her brother and they all had treated her chivalrously which made her think very well of them. So much so that she 'd fallen in love with one her brothers fellow knight.
In the case study, I would like to use several theories and concepts to analysis the case of Susan. I would briefly analysis the case by using social ecological theory and analysis in detail by using the relevant theories. According to the social ecological theory, the child development is supported by five subsystems, including the microsystem, mesosystem, exosystem, macrosystem and chronosystem (Bronfenbrenner, 1979). Microsystem is related to the child has direct interaction with, including classmates and parents.