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How can I help?121
What are you doing in here? I didn't think anyone could enter or leave this place.49
We were told a curse had been placed on us. If we left the mansion we'd be struck down in an instant.43
Louisa; I'm the cook.43
No, I'm afraid I can't.43
Yes, they would have.42
That thread could be Anna's or David's. They were always wearing something of that colour.40
Thank you for all your help in solving the murder.39
Elizabeth.30
Her father confronted her about her constant petty thieving, and was devestated to find she had stolen a silver needle which had meant a lot to him.29
suspicious? what do you mean suspicious?29
No, I'm sure I don't recall any such thing.29
No, I didn't. If you don't have anything else to ask can You go and leave me alone now? I have a lot of cooking to do for this evening.28
I was right here with Hobbes and Mary. You can't suspect me surely!26
You could hear their argument from Lumbridge!25
Huh? I don't need that.21
I told Carol to buy some from that strange poison salesman and clean the drains before they began to smell any worse. She was the one who blocked them in the first place with a load20
of beans that she bought for some reason. There were far too many to eat, and they were almost rotten when she bought them anyway! You'd really have to ask her though.19
About the murder? Well, there's not much to tell, honestly.15
I was with Hobbes the butler and Mary the maid in the kitchen. We were preparing dinner. I gave Mary Lord Sinclair's meal and sent her on her way.14
I can't imagine how. Mary carries the meal right in front of her the entire way!13
But now that you mention it, I do remember seeing Anna Sinclair hanging about the kitchen earlier that day. She looked a bit shifty.13
Of course not. I was here cooking, she was taking the meal to him. That's when she found the body.11
Not that I can remember. None of the children seemed to pay any attention to it, as it was just a replica and not worth anything.10
I suppose Mary dusted it now and then, but I think it just sat on one of the bookshelves.10
I told Carol to buy some for the drains. I haven't a clue if she actually did or not, she rarely paid me any heed.9
I don't know. The Sinclairs were so stingy about money that I'm surprised any of them bought some.9
I was in the kitchen almost all day, but I did see her just before I began cooking the evening meal. She was wandering aimlessly. So, I snapped at her to get out of the way.8
Stuck her tongue out at me and wandered away. Useless girl.8
It could be Anna's or David's.7
I'm afraid not.7
I was with Hobbes the butler and Mary the maid in the kitchen. We were preparing dinner. I gave Lord Sinclair's meal to Mary and sent her on her way.3
Of course not. I was cooking, she was taking the meal to him. That's when she found the body.3
No, I didn't keep track of it. Obviously some of it was used for murder.2
I don't know anything about that.1