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The Westing Game Chapter Summary & Analysis - A Happy Fourth: Chapter 27 Summary

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A Happy Fourth: Chapter 27 Summary

At Sunset Towers, the heirs learn that Crow has been released; the coroner proclaimed Sandy's death a heart attack, and Crow is absolved of any blame. Ed Plum delivers the last page of Samuel Westing's will to the heirs; in the last page of his will, Westing at last admits to being Sandy McSouthers. Westing bequeaths to everyone, in equal shares, the deed to Sunset Towers. To Crow, he also bequeaths the first $10,000 check that was forfeited by Madame Hoo and Jake Wexler, the $10,000 Judge Ford signed over to Sandy, and the $10,000 that was Sandy's share. He ends by, once again, wishing everyone a happy Fourth of July

The heirs want to know about the two hundred million dollars; Judge Ford reminds them that they all lost the game. Suddenly, rockets from the Westing mansion light up the sky. There's a...

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