Wright

Wright (the dead man’s wife) twenty years prior. Once the whole group is safely inside the house, Mr. Hale is asked to describe to the county attorney what he had seen and experienced the day prior. Despite the serious circumstances, he delivers his story in a long-winded and poorly thought-out manner, tendencies he struggles to avoid throughout. The story begins with Mr. Hale venturing to Mr. Wright’s house to convince Wright to get a telephone. Upon entering the house, he finds Mrs. Wright in a delirious state and comes to learn that Mr. Wright has allegedly been strangled. The women’s curious nature and very peculiar attention to minute details allows them to find evidence of Mrs. Wright’s guilt and of her provocations and motives. Meanwhile, the men are unable to procure any evidence.