Nirdlinger House - This place has blood-red drapes, the significance of which Walter shrugs off because red drapes are popular with these types of houses throughout the area.
Accident Insurance Policy - This is at the crux of the story and an indirect tool in the death of H.S. Nirdlinger, Phyllis' husband.
The Crutches - When Nirdlinger has his accident, he's forced to use these, and Walter cleverly turns this seeming obstacle into two advantages.
The Blue Coupe - This is used as collateral for the $250 loan that Walter arranges for Sachetti early in the story.
Walter's Rate Book - This contains rates, tables, and information concerning how to calculate the duration and costs of varieties of policies.
The Iron Handle and Lightweight Cord - These are objects that Walter carries with him on his way to commit the crime and are intended to be used...
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