“Mommy is gone and the kitchen is covered with red paint,” four year old Lillian Risch said after discovering that her mother, Joan Carolyn Risch had mysteriously disappeared from their home in Lincoln, Massachusetts. The ‘red paint’ turned out to be blood matching Risch’s specific blood type, introducing a whole series of questions into the minds of investigators from all centuries. To this day, the case remains unsolved, but there are three main theories on what actually happened on that melancholy, leery afternoon. This disturbing case could be perceived in three different ways: Joan Risch was secretly a troubled woman who faked her disappearance and fled home, she was brutally killed in an accident on a construction site near her home, or Risch simply suffered an abduction that will never be avenged. One theory on this compelling case assumes that Joan Risch actually faked her own disappearance.
Dr. Mortimer, Baskerville’s family doctor, seeks Sherlock Holmes in order to discover if Charles Baskerville had died from a heart attack, as the autopsy said, or because of a curse that tormented the entire family. It was said that Hugo Baskerville fell in love with a young woman who didn’t correspond his affection and
I found it dead.” Lennie did kill the mouse but he did not mean to. He doesn’t know his own strength and physical capabilities. At the end of the novel there is another death. Not only does Lennie die, but so did Curley’s wife. Lennie killed Curley’s wife, “And then she was still, for Lennie had broken her neck,” it was unintended, just like the mouse.
Andrei Chikatilo was born on the 16th of October, 1936. He was believed to have killed at least 52 women and children in the Soviet Union. Chikatilo was born to a poor family who received no money for their work and suffered from a lack of food. His mother was unforgiving and harsh towards her children and each time Chikatilo would wet the bed, being a long term bed wetter, he would be punished by his mother. Chikatilo’s father was sent to war when the Soviet Union joined World War II.
In the article Zoos The Historical Debate it states, “Red Pandas died after ingesting rat poison.I can 't imagine how they found the rat poison. Also it states, , “Azavark have limited diet that zoos have a hard time fulfilling.” If they don 't have the right food don 't bring in these animals. And if that was not enough, the article continues to say “Zebras At the National Zoo Washington DC.starved to death because of insufficient or incorrect food”. This means the zookeepers are not trained well that means animals don 't
In Lupe’s case, her father left the family when she was five, an example of one of Agnew’s three major types of negative relations: the removal of positive stimuli. Her father’s departure hurt, angered Lupe, leading her to seek comfort through excessive eating, the only way she knew how to handle her emotions, which ultimately led her to become 400 pounds by the 9th grade. However, according to Agnew, not all people would have responded to this strain the same way, it just turned out that her mother had a nervous breakdown after her husband left and turned to drugs and eventually ended up in prison. This suggests that Lupe didn’t have any resources or social support available such that she couldn’t turn to her mother for help. Additionally, her sister was younger than her and couldn’t provide any support, as she didn’t know what to say to her, meaning that Lupe couldn’t cope in conforming ways.
After testifying against him, several of her uncles beat the boyfriend to death in order to get revenge for what happened to her. Even though her grandmother helped her build her self-confidence, Maya felt guilty of causing his death by speaking his name so she stopped talking for about five years. In 1944, a short high school relationship led to a pregnancy in which she gave birth to her son, Guy, at the age of 16. Six years later she married a greek
A theme “burning” seems to symbolize the author’s message: “do not be serious.” It is worthy to outline Kim’s short story Doctor Moorhead and a Patient (1967) in this respect. Heroine Stella, who had made a car accident resulting in death of the victim, has been receiving doctor Moorhead 's counseling for several months. Stella confides the inside secret having impulsive aggression, and this doctor – he had sexual relations with patients several times – tells her that it is a natural instinctual drive and recommends its cancellation by killing animals or spurious suicide (reckless driving or gambling). However, she can’t get satisfied with them and kills him at last. The tragic ending of this story that is a kind of thriller, where Moorhead seems to represent sex drive (Libido), so does Stella death drive, is caused because she had believed his opinion.
Talma was accused of the murders but was found not guilty. Later her sister Jeanette died suddenly and left her a letter revealing the story of their family’s deaths. She reveals in the letter that their brother was mulatto and automatically died after birth, and their mother died too after realization that she had Negro blood. When Jeanette learned of the news she too died. As Talma finished up reading the letter, Edward expressed that he would much rather marry Talma the murderer than Talma the negro, and he left at once.
During his trial, Maya lied about what he had done and denied that he’d ever touched her before he actually raped her. Sometime later, a police officer showed up to her grandmother’s home and announced that Mr. Freeman, her rapist, had perished. This news thoroughly disturbed Maya; she believed that her words had killed a man. On page 87, she explained that “if I [she] talked to anyone else that person might die too. Just my [her] breath, carrying my [her] words out, might poison