The Following Days After the Crime
Updated: 11/30/2020
The Following Days After the Crime

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  • After the man killed his wife and hid the body, he went looking for the cat. He couldn't find it, but if he did, it would have been dead before a blink of an eye.
  • Where is that darn cat? It's lucky to not be in my way, because if it was, it wouldn't live much longer.
  • The same day he killed his wife, he was able to sleep as peacefully as a cloud for the first time in a while because the cat was no where to be seen.
  • Finally, I can get a full night's rest. Now that the cat is gone, I'm the happiest I can be!
  • As two and three days passed, he began to be questioned on his wife's whereabouts, and even a search was done, but the man was still as happy as ever, and answered the questions calmly.
  • No, sir. I have no idea where she has gone. Feel free to search the house.
  • Nothing here.
  • Do you know anything about your missing wife?
  • On the fourth day, police officers suddenly came into his house and did a search. They asked the man if he could help search around the house, and he agreed.
  • We are here to do another search. Would you care to help?
  • Of course, I'd be happy to assist you.
  • Do you know anything about your missing wife?
  • They went down to the cellar to continue their search, but still, nothing was to be found.
  • As the officers were about to leave, the man abruptly said something random just to reassure the officers he was innocent. He picked up a cane and hit the wall where the body was hidden behind.
  • I hope you have a good day, sirs. I'd just like to say that it wouldn't be possible for something to be hidden here, since these are very sturdy walls.