However, she had been given doses of morphine to help calm her nerves after the murders of her father and his wife. Lizzie was seen burning a dress shortly after, claiming it was an old one that had been ruined with paint. Lizzie Borden was arrested on August 11, 1892 for the double homicide. Her trial began nearly a year later on June 5, 1893. The mangled skulls of Mr. and Mrs. Borden were unveiled in the courtroom as evidence, thus causing such a shock that Lizzie fainted at the sight of them.
A woman named Martha, wife of Jeff Hardy, has been found dead on the road traveling through the valley of ashes. Martha 's cause of death was an automobile that was going about 100 miles over the speed limit. The main witness who is coincidentally a friend to the Hardys, Michaelis, claimed that the automobile was big and yellow (149). Michaelis stated that the license plate was fake because the numbers were in numerical order all the way up to 9. He claimed that the driver was wearing a mask of some sort.
Epiphany: a moment of sudden revelation or insight. In the stories many acts of “sudden revelation or insight” occurred. In the short story “Con’s” by Jess Walters and “Killings” by Andre Dubus the characters Lisa in “Con’s” and Matt in “Killings” experience epiphanies. In the story “Con’s” Kyle was married to his wife Lisa. Kyle had killed a girl name Shae-lynn when he was drunk driving years ago.
On October 13th at approximately 1:15 Author was found dead at the home of the Volupides. At the time that this occurred the only other person at the home was his wife Queenie. Queenie’s neighbors claim that they saw her run out of the house after a fight with her husband and speed away quickly in her car. Next I interviewed Queenie she claimed after fighting with Author she went off to a party at their country club to celebrate their new golfing range. She said she invited some friends over afterwards for one last drink before they called it a night.
In a twist of fate and events, Ms. Slade feared her fiance, Delphin, being attracted to her best friend, Grace Ansley, so in attempts to see if Grace were to accept Delphin’s feelings-- if he were attracted to her --Alida writes a fake love letter to Grace. In the
Mohammed Al-Fayed, the father of Diana’s husband climbed that she was murdered due to her upcoming marriage with a Muslim. Plus, she was possibly pregnant. Investigators concluded that the accident was caused by the driver who was drunk. He was driven way over the speed limit. The British government closed all investigation on that.
He seemed that he was in a very big rush” This statement left detectives with more questions such as was this really a murder or was it a romantic tragedy? Additionally, Juliet was thought to be dead when she was found by Paris (her fiancé) early Thursday morning the day she was supposed to get married to Paris. Juliet was colorless and appeared to be dead. Her body was left in the church, where her funeral was held. Police have revealed that Juliet was alive before she got shot.
From her upstairs room at the gas station, Myrtle saw an approaching car. Mistakenly believing Tom had returned for her, she ran out towards the car, but was struck and killed instantly. Panicked, Daisy drove away from the scene of the accident. When the rest of us arrived at the crime scene, Tom told George that it was Gatsby's car that killed
His friend, Claudio, was the exact opposite; he fell in love with Hero as soon as he laid his eyes on her. Don Pedro is also one of the characters who got to experience love. He does not fall in or out of love during the play by he does realize how important it is. Leonato and Don Pedro were discussing marriage when Don Pedro states about Beatrice, “I wish she were in love with me instead. I would have thrown away all other considerations and made her my wife.” (2.3.140-143.)
Tragedy for the Lightner family struck on March 3rd, 1980. On this day, Candy 's twin daughter, Cari, was hit as she was walking by a speeding car. She flew 125 feet forward, and the poor girl was hit so hard, she flew out of her shoes. The forty-seven-year-old drunk driver, Clarence William Busch, sped along on his way, ignoring the young woman he left on the road to die. This was not the first drunk driving offense that he had committed.