Your numbers are dwindling, nobles! I have returned to murder you all!
This is ridiculous! Nobody can find the culprit when it must be someone living among us! Like, the cook, maybe. I will just have to solve this myself, and prove that I am a worthy detective!
Goodness! No way she knew about the note. The servants aren't supposed to have that sort of knowledge! But then how did she find out?
I am so very sorry about your parents. And that horrid message too! Really, you don't deserve it.
Just after the execution, another of the noble family was murdered; Lady Macbeth. There was a bloody message next to the body. Strangely enough, there was no blood around though. Was the method poisoning?
Oh, I'm so sorry about your mother and father! And that message! Only a truly evil person could have done it.
It was quickly realized that they had the wrong culprits. There was someone else, who they were working for. Detectives nor judges were good at the time, so this big mistake was their fault. Katy decided she will investigate this case.
The waiter in the noble's mansion was acting extremely weird! What was she up to?
Quit flattering me! It was the easiest thing.
I congratulate you. You make a brilliant detective! Without your help, the culprits would never have been found.
Katy's mind was on detective matters. Why were all the lesser nobility, aka servants and serfs acting in such an odd way?
That night, Katy lay thinking about the murders. How unusual for the servants to know something the nobility didn't! She suddenly found the paper buried under her covers, which confirmed her suspicions. The next step was taking the assassins to court with Judge Henry! Have you arrived at the same conclusions?
You thought you could get away with it. well, you were wrong! Eat another bite and the nobility will be wiped out.
How did Katy know it was all the servants that did it? It really was quite simple. Think about how all the letters addressed 'the nobility'. Who were left over that were acting weird? The cook even had the perfect opportunity to poison Lady Macbeth. This concludes our little story for real now. Or does it...