And Then There Were None

And Then There Were None

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  • Justice Wargrave
  • Emily Brent
  • The characters are all invited or hired to Indian Island by a mysterious person named U.N Owen. Others were in vited by friends that they had not seen in years. On arrival to the Island many of the characters distrust eachother but become more friendly as the day proceeds.
  • General Macarthur
  • Vera Claythorne
  • Mr. and Mrs. Rogers
  • Mr. Blore
  • Philip Lombard
  • Tony Martson
  • Dr. Amstrong
  • After being convicted of murder by a Mysterious voice the guests become worried, Mrs. Rogers even faints. After moving into the drawing room, wiskey is served. Tony Martson chokes and dies right infront of the Guests, making everyone more worried then they already were.
  • The deaths of Mrs. Rogers and General Macarthur assure the Guests that there is a killer on the island. Lombard, Armstrong, and Blore scoure the island in search for the murderer. When coming up empty handed, Wargrave sugests that the killer is disguised as one of the guests, creating a tense atmosphere.
  • Mr. Rogers, Emily Brent, and Justice Wargrave are the Next three victims to die. The Night afte Wargrave's death Armstrong becomes the suspected killer after being killed and dumped in the ocean, and his room is found empty by Blore. The three remaining guests search for Dead Armstrong.
  • Blore is killed by a falling marble clock. Armstrong is found dead on the rocks by Lombard and Vera. Lombard is murdered with his own pistol by Vera inorder to reassure herself that there is no posible left. Vera retreats back to her room and hangs herself with the noose prepared by the killer because she feels so guily for killing an innocent child and man that she could not bear to live any longer.
  • Wargrave writes his conffesion as he sails away from Indian island. He writes of how he always had a lust for killing things but also had a strong sense of justice. When he finished his time on the bench he became obsessed on how he could kill while also fufiling his need to be just. Wargrave goes on to explain how he picked each victim and the role the childish poem played in his fantastic murder Mystery.
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