The Westing Game - The Corpse Found: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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It's Halloween night, and there is a full moon outside. Turtle, dressed in a witch's costume, scrambles over the rocks to the Westing mansion. Under her long black cape, she carries provisions for what she imagines will be a long night's vigil: two sandwiches, a flask of orange soda, a flashlight, and her mother's silver cross (to ward off vampires). If she can stay twenty-five minutes, at two dollars per minute, she'll be able get her year's subscription to the Wall Street Journal. Turtle notices that the French doors are open, as if someone was expecting her. Doug Hoo—chosen as timekeeper since he can outrun anyone in the state of Wisconsin—hides nearby. He checks his stopwatch; eleven minutes have passed when he hears a terrified scream, and Turtle races out of the mansion.

She has seen the corpse in...

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