THE MYSTERY

THE MYSTERY
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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • In a small town in the 1900's in a city called Cherrywood, there was a family called the backers and the dad John and his two daughters Loren and Kate wanted to go watch a play but it was on the other side of town.  John ended up and got some train tickets to go over to see it. 
  • Climax
  • When they got there the line wasn't long so they were able to get on right away. They notice that there was three other people they had to sit with, but when Loren sat down a guy named Mat gave her a bad look so she did the same. He got mad and said to her dad to control his daughter and they all started arguing.
  • Falling Action
  • Later on there was a loud scream and everyone went running and it turned out that Mat got stabbed. Everyone was shock and looked round and wondered who did it because it was just them on the train. They all looked at John and assumed d it was him but there was a detective on the train named brandon. He interviewed everyone including his wife Sofia. She said it was Mat so then everyone started to blame him but his daughters. 
  • Exposition
  • While everyone was blaming John for the murder of Mat the conductor came out and said that it wasn't him and that he saw the hole thing. He said it was Brandon and everyone was surprised because they would have never suspected the detective to be the murder. His wife was now scared and asked why he did it, and he said hes not actually dead and then Mat came out of the room next door to them. 
  • John asked what was going on and Brandon said did you enjoy the play, and John said what. Its not a play unless you are apart of it said Brandon. Kate said that was amazing and was happy that it wasn't real.  They were all laughing and it turned out the train never moved it was just sound affects so the family left and headed home. 
  • John asked the girls what they thought of it and they said they should go back there to see what they do next. 
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