The Texas Tattler
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GREENWICH VILLAGE, NEW YORK 1954
According to multiple sources, mainly neighbors and other tenants of the Greenwich Village a married couple had been seen having conflict from inside of their home. Per a Mr. L.B. Jefferies he witnessed an assault occur one late afternoon inside the apartment from his own apartment. When asked how he was able to see it he declined to answer stating, "can't injured man gaze out his own window, maybe with binoculars". If you ask me, I'd say he was peeping, but I'm no stool pigeon. Other tenants of the murder building had nothing much to say, seemingly unaware of what was happening right next do. Two women, whom prefer not to disclose their names. Instead wanting to be identified as Miss. Lonelyhearts and The Ballet Dancer said "they didn't see anything out of the ordinary until the lady of the house just disappeared". I gathered more information from the girlfriend of Jefferies, Lisa Carol Fremont. Her accounts were that Mr. Thorwald was acting weird, making private phone calls and had possession of things he shouldn't have. Such as his wife's Mrs Emma Thorwald jewelry including her wedding ring. Lisa backed her evidence by saying a women would never leave for anywhere without her wedding ring. She also said a neighborhood dog seemed to take interest in the plants outside of the Thorwalds home. Now why would a do dig for something, unless it's worth digging for? Maybe meat, who knows. On top of that, allegedly the dog came up dead. He must have been close to something that needed no exposure. The witnesses have all come to one common agreement that something isn't right. Mrs. Thorwald isn't on a vacation...she's dead and Mr. Thorwald is the #1 suspect. All the evidence points to him. Now all the police need is a confession. It shouldn't take too long, Mr. Thorwald is being held on attempted murder charges for throwing L.B. Jefferies from his apartment window after putting the pieces together that the Him and Lisa had been watching him the whole time. Day in and day out. Bet you didn't see that coming, big twist. He obviously felt they knew something worth killing for. Wait, there's more. As Mr. Thorwald was being hald off to jail, he suggested that he should the police on a tore of the east river. Eyebrow raiser. You decide what he meant by that.
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Tenants of Greenwich Village
Male who believes women and men have roles in life, which are not the same. He is the initial peeping tom, bringing this whole situation into the light.
Lisa Carol Fremont
Female who has a fiery opposition to her spouses beliefs of women. She is all for women doing a mans job. She's also the second peeper.
Suspect in the case. He is an outcast to the neighborhood. Lives his life in secret and in the shadows.
Lisa Carol Fremont
Elder Female who doesn't have much male company. So much so she doesn't know how to handle the moment(s) with a male.
Needless to say with a name like that she is the sex symbol of the neighborhood. Everyone has eyes on her.
R.I.P He was brave and courageous but just fast enough to get away from a killers claws.