The Murder Package

T.Sample 1954, September, 2nd

New York, Greenwich

Yesterday Night September 1st, A photojournalist named L.B. Jefferies , Solves a Homicide from the Rear Window of his apartment. The Suspect was a local tenant known as a jewelry sales man Mr. Thorwald, who was married to his wife, murdered and butcher his wife body before Scattering her body in the east river as if it was a Easter Egg hunt. Earlier throughout week, Mr. Jefferies noticed a argument between the Thorwald's and later on that evening a Spine Twisting scream and a glass bottle breaking alerted the neighborhood of something going on. Jefferies also noted Thorwald leaving multiple times throughout the night with a suitcase. Jefferies curious with the well-being of Mrs. Thorwald kept his eye on Mr. Thorwald and noticed strange things happening. Thorwald was seen cleaning and putting away a machete and a hacksaw. He also noted the neighbors dog sniffing around the flower garden, kept by Thorwald, which seemed different. Jefferies had a picture of the yard before the murder and noticed the difference in the flowers. Later on that same evening, the dog was found with his neck snapped near the garden. To continue finding evidence, Jefferies with the assistance of Ms. Lisa Fremont, they coaxed the murderer out of the apartment, where Ms. Fremont found Mrs. Thorwald's wedding ring the day she decided to become a burglar (which should have been with her since Thorwald claimed her being with family). Once police decide to place Lisa under arrest she was smart enough to convince the police to get back to save L.B. in time before Thorwald could make his next victim.

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Feminism Now


In the 1950s Feminism meant to have freedom to do the same, being able to be treated the same as men would and having the same right as they did. Feminism was a woman fighting to be able to vote and have the same job or get a job. Being able to have a voice in society, being able to own their own things and special to have an education that most women did not have. They had to learn how to be perfect house wives and everything that went along with it.

1950's Feminsm


In the 1950's Feminism meant to be free, as being able to be treated the same as men were and having the same rights as they did. Feminism was a woman fighting to be able to vote without the consent of her man and have the same job or get a job. Being able to have a voice in there time, being able to own their own property, having an education that most women did not get to have. They had to learn how to be a perfect house wife as in cleaning, cooking, giving love taking care of the baby, and looking presentable thats just how it was.