The Murder of Lord Whimsely

The Murder of Lord Whimsely

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  • Oh help! Father fell down the stairs! Someone bring a doctor!
  • I am sorry to say Lord Whimsey is dead.
  • A murder, was it? Judging by the way he fell and the expression on his face...
  • I am very sorry, but you will have to stay here until you are taken to court. Then your fate shall be decided. No worries, I'm sure you have a good lawyer.
  • This is outrageous! I've done nothing!
  • She MURDERED my father! This is no excuse!
  • When walking down the stairs, Katy discovered her father, a lord, lying in the middle of the steps, apparently unmoving.
  • Ellie is a very sweet girl, she would never harm anyone without a purpose. Lord Whimsey upset her with all his commands and arrogant nature. Ellie had enough of that, so she...
  • After a healer looked at the dead man, a detective was summoned to do some inspection of the crime scene. He went on with interrogating suspects, for this was indeed a murder. Lord Whimsey was shoved down the steps and his head cracked as an effect. The victim was surprised by something or someone before the fall and had no time to react.
  • Guilty as charged!
  • I'm sorry, I did all I could.
  • He soon arrived at a conclusion that it was the maid that did it, out of spite. In other words, she was used by Lord Whimsey and she was sick of it.
  • I will get you back for this! Execution or not!
  • Yipee!
  • Henry the judge listened to all that the lawyer had to say as well as to the confessions of the maid. He listened to the opposing party's claims as well and finally made his decision.
  • I confess. I did do it. But only because he was being so utterly horrid with me!
  • Ellie was charged guilty of the crime, but the result of what she said was immediate. It certainly changed matters for Ellie and the real culprit!
  • I-I didn't actually do it. I had an accomplice, the person who made me do it. He-he threatened me, and...
  • Judge Henry lightened his sentence on Ellie to many years spent in jail and instead had the guilty lord executed by an executioner in front of hundreds of onlookers. Cruel as it was, medieval times were tough, beginning with people's hunger for suffering. But the lord was obviously tortured with medieval torture devices first!
  • You will already be dead! With me to watch you suffer! (Maybe that doesn't sound too right, but that was how it was.)
  • And so there we have it, Ellie's verdict lightened and the rightful murderer executed.
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