Murders in the Rue Morgue
By kremer97, Updated
Dupin is a detective who uses his deductive reasoning to solve mysteries and crimes. Dupin and the narrator meet at a library, and they both enjoy working alone and at night.
Dupin and the narrator learn of the vicious murders, and visit the murder scene. Dupin inspects the scene and finds clues to figure out who committed the murder.
Back at their apartment, Dupin explains to the narrator the clues he found at the scene of the crime. Dupin talks about the voices heard, how the killer escaped, and how the victims were killed.
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The sailor shows up at Dupin's apartment in response to Dupin's ad in the paper. He begins to explain that he had the ape and it escaped.
The sailor confirms that he and the orangutan were the two voices heard at the scene of the crime, and that the monkey was the one who committed the murders.
The suspect of the murder was released after Dupin and the narrator figure out that the true murderer of the crime was in fact an orangutan.
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