Curtain - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14 Summary

When Dr. Franklin gives his statement, he admits that one of the bottles in his lab that contained the poison that killed Mrs. Franklin, had been replaced with water. He doesn't know when it occurred because he hadn't used that bottle in quite some time. he testifies that he and Miss Hastings are the only two with keys to the lab, and that Mrs. Franklin borrowed his key when she left things behind in the lab. He says he never brought test tubes from the lab into the house so there isn't any way Mrs. Franklin could have taken the alkaloid that poisoned her by accident.

Nurse Craven testifies about what Mrs. Franklin ate and drank the night of her death. She also mentions that Mrs. Franklin spoke often of "ending it all." She mentions that Mrs. Franklin's mood was good, if not...

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