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Melody Kemble She was on her nightly walk to the garden. I imagine the murderer followed her and it was just a perfect opportunity when she stood looking at the statue. It was explained that she didn't move when it came towards her cause she was wrapped up in her thoughts and not realizing what was happening wasn't in her head. So crime of passion, and opportunity and luck. Cause the sugar never would have worked if she weren't alone.
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