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Well, now that you have me thinking about it, I believe I saw Frank handle it once. I'm not really sure what he was doing with it, but I do remember him looking at it.354
No, I only saw Lord Sinclair handle it. It was on display in the library.353
Yes, I am.353
Hobbes; I am the butler.351
How can I help?124
What are you doing here? I thought the house was locked up tight.54
I'm under strict orders not to speak to anyone not of the Sinclair family.46
I was told if I left the house that I would be killed!43
That thread could be from some of Anna's or David's clothes.31
Well, no, not precisely.31
Yes, they would if they paid attention31
Well, in my considered opinion it must be David. The man is nothing more than a bully And I happen to know that poor Lord Sinclair and David had a massive argument in the living30
I'm afraid I didn't see her. I didn't meet anyone when I walked from the bedrooms to the kitchen.30
Well, I do know that Elizabeth was extremely annoyed by the mosquito nest under the fountain in the garden, and was going to do something about it. I suspect any poison she bought would have been30
room about the way he treats the staff, the other day. I did not intend to overhear their conversation, but they were shouting so loudly I could not help but Overhear it. David definitely used the words28
enough to get rid of it. A Good job too, I hate mosquitos.28
'I am going to kill you!' as well. I think he should be the prime suspect. He has a nasty temper that one.26
Thank you for all your help in solving the murder.26
You'd really have to ask her though.26
I was assisting the cook with the evening meal. I gave Mary His Lordships' dinner, and sent her to take it to him, then heard the scream as she found the body.23
Didn't you already ask me questions about this? You were investigating the case and got all that evidence. Besides, Anna was proven guilty - by one of her own siblings.22
How do you mean 'suspicious'?21
No, I definitely didn't hear anything like that.20
You know, now you come to mention it I don't believe I did. I suppose that is Proof enough that it could not have been an intruder who is responsible.20
No, I only saw Lord Sinclair handle it.14
Well, now that you have me thinking about it, I believe I saw David handle it once. I'm not really sure what he was doing with it, but I do remember him looking at it.14
I was tidying the bedrooms most of the afternoon and then assisted Louisa in the kitchen, preparing dinner. I gave Lord Sinclair's dinner to Mary, and shortly there after heard her screaming.13
I only thought of it now.13
I'm not sure; it could be Anna's or David's.12
I'm afraid I can't.12
There were various chores around the house that required poison.12
I personally did not; I do not know about the others.11
There were various chores around the house that required poison. I believe everyone in the household bought some.8
I personally did not, I do not know about the others.8
I don't know anything about that.2
This is private property! Please leave!2
Hey %USERNAME%, you finally got around to naming me.1
Huh? I don't need that.1
Happy as a demon in a Lava pit.1
I'm feeling a bit like a ghost in a cake shop.1
You know... In need of exorcise.1