"Operator? I've been dialing Murray Hill 4-0098 now for the last three- quarters of an hour, and the line is always busy. But I don't see how it could be busy that long. Will you try it for me?"
GEORGE: "A knife okay, sir?
(From Phone) First Man: "Make it quick. As little blood as possible. Our client does not wish to make her suffer long"
Baffled Mrs. Stevenson
[Bland Buzzing signal continues. "How awful! How unspeakable--"
Inside a luxurious and lonely apartment of 1940, located in New York, Mrs. Stevenson is anxious and scared. The tense increased, due to her husband working late and not answering Mrs. Stevenson's phone calls.
After multiple of calls, Mrs. Stevenson, George, and the first man were announced to be on the same line. Therefore, George and the first man were talking about "business", yet Mrs. Stevenson is muted from the chat.
Mrs. Stevenson was terrified after hearing the phrase, "Yes, A knife will be okay" and, then all of a sudden; the line between the three characters ended.