Sherlock Horse Essay

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“So... who do you think killed Marvin?” asked Waterhen, the two us watching the townspeople file out of the interviewing station.
”I’m quite not sure.” I said. I had my suspicions, but after interviewing everyone there was still not a clear killer. “If there is one thing I am sure of though, it wasn’t the wolf.”
“Why’s that? He looked pretty suspicious to me. ”
“Remember how Marvin’s ear was the only thing found at the crime site? Well, it had been cut off perfectly. The wolves’ teeth are way too jagged to perform a cut that clean. Marvin’s ear was mostly likely cut off by something very sharp, like a beak.” I said.
“So I am guessing you think the owl killed Marvin?” said Waterhen.
“Yep, but I still don’t have enough proof to have
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“So... who do you think killed Marvin?” asked Waterhen, the two us watching the townspeople file out of the interviewing station.
”I’m quite not sure.” I said. I had my suspicions, but after interviewing everyone there was still not a clear killer. “If there is one thing I am sure of though, it wasn’t the wolf.”
“Why’s that? He looked pretty suspicious to me. ”
“Remember how Marvin’s ear was the only thing found at the crime site? Well, it had been cut off perfectly. The wolves’ teeth are way too jagged to perform a cut that clean. Marvin’s ear was mostly likely cut off by something very sharp, like a beak.” I said.
“So I am guessing you think the owl killed Marvin?” said Waterhen.
“Yep, but I still don’t have enough proof to have him arrested. Plus its day time, so he’s probably off napping. We’ll talk to him later. In the mean time, let’s talk to his brothers; see if anyone had a grudge against Marvin.” I said. Marvin’s brothers, Milton and Jeffery, lived just outside the town’s border. Even though they told me they were never really close with their brother I was sure that they would know if he had at least one enemy. Watterhen and I trotted up the wooden pathway to Milton’s house. His house was made of sticks and was humongous; it became obvious he was very rich. When we got to the top of the pathway Watterhen knocked on the door. “Who- oh, you two. Come on in.” said Milton as he opened the door for us. We settled down on his couch while he called Jeffrey,

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