Episode 11: Cocoon (Part 1)

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Case Summary

"Whether good or evil, all is revealed by the heart, and can only be judged by heaven and earth."

Characters

Locations

Evidence

Main Story 11-09

  • Opaline River Pollution Investigation Report icon.png Jill Meadows' TestimonyThe testimony obtained after questioning Jill Meadows. Details her situation, relationship with the deceased Letha Graye, the family situation of Letha Graye, and specific details about the night of the murder.

Main Story 11-13

  • Candy Jar icon.png Candy JarA candy jar placed on a shelf at the crime scene.
  • Edwin Burke and Jade Burke's Autopsy Report icon.png Letha Graye's Autopsy ReportThe autopsy report issued by Judicial Forensic Institute. It confirms that Letha Graye's death was caused by pesticide poisoning.
  • Opaline River Pollution Investigation Report icon.png Liquid Composition Analysis ReportExamination results issued by the Judicial Forensic Institute. They confirmed the milk left at the crime scene contained traces of a toxin.
  • Single Lollipop icon.png Single LollipopA lollipop that fell near the foyer in Letha Graye's home.
  • Storage Box icon.png Storage BoxA storage box containing many male accessories was found on a shelf.
  • Test Papers icon.png Test PapersTest papers scattered around the desk.

Clues

Main Story 11-08

  • Jill Meadows - HandicappedJill Meadows' legs and feet are stiff, and she requires crutches to walk daily.
  • Jill Meadows - Hard of HearingJill Meadows is hard of hearing, and requires the use of a hearing aid in her daily life.
  • Scuff Marks on CrutchThere is a large scratch in the middle of the dark wood. The abrupt marks suggest it's not natural wear.

Main Story 11-09

  • Accidental FortuneWhen a paper box full of cash of an unknown origin appeared at Letha Graye's home, Mavis Sutcliffe took it away eventually.
  • Dispute with Other StudentsLetha Graye got into a dispute with other students. She claims that it wasn't a big deal.
  • Hugo Graye - MoodyHugo Graye is emotionally unstable, often yelling at Letha Graye in a fit of rage. Sometimes, he even smashes objects.
  • Jill Meadows - IlliterateJill Meadows never received an education, so she doesn't recognize numbers or words.
  • Jill Meadows - Past ExperiencesWhen her grandson jumped to his death, Jill Meadows' son cut off all ties with her and kicked her out of the house.
  • Letha Graye - SuspensionFrom about a month or two ago, Letha Graye was suspended from school. According to Jill Meadows, there was nothing unusual about the dispute.
  • Marriage in shamblesHugo Graye and Mavis Sutcliffe, Letha's parents, have a delicate relationship, sleeping in separate rooms, with no interactions whatsoever.
  • The Duties of a Live-in NannyAs a live-in nanny, Jill Meadows' duty is to take care of Letha Graye.

Main Story 11-11

  • IncompetencyJill Meadows' immobility and hearing problems make it hard to complete her duties as a nanny.
  • Lack of Grounds for EmploymentGiven the financial situation of the Graye household and how Hugo Graye treats his daughter, there was no reason for them to hire a live-in nanny for Letha.

Main Story 11-13

  • Bed-wetting BehaviorLetha Graye is a freshman in high school, but still wets the bed.
  • Letha Graye - DeathLetha Graye's cause of death was pesticide poisoning followed by viral encephalitis.
  • Lockless DoorThe door to Letha Graye's bedroom doesn't have a keyhole or a latch, making it impossible to lock.
  • Pesticide ToxicityThe toxicity in this pesticide is relatively low, and poisoning will take place over five hours. Its cure rate is very high, and there has been no report of a fatal case.
  • Pet LizardLetha Graye used to have a pet lizard, which died recently and was buried in the backyard under a locust tree.
  • Pinch Marks on the NeckWhen the pesticide entered her throat, it caused a burning sensation, and Letha Graye struggled with the discomfort by pinching her neck.
  • Plenty of Chances to SurviveIt would have taken at least five hours for the pesticide she ingested to poison her to death. With the bedroom unlocked, she should have had ample time to get help.
  • Plummeting GradesLetha's grades were always in the top three of her class until two months ago when she was suspended.

Main Story 11-16

  • Act of TheftAngela Diggs' father, suspected of violent tendencies, instructed her to steal from the supermarket for his own benefit.

Main Story 11-18

  • Jerome Adams - Diligent and ThriftyJerome Adams knows a good bargain. His lives quite simply, unlike what someone might imagine of a wealthy individual.

Stages

Stage Name Stage Type Stage Cost Attribute Recommended Power
Main Story 11-01 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-02 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-03 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Empathy
Main Story 11-04 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-05 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Logic
Main Story 11-06 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-07 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Intuition
Main Story 11-08 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-09 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-10 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Empathy
Main Story 11-11 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-12 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Logic
Main Story 11-13 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-14 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Intuition
Main Story 11-15 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-16 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-17 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Empathy
Main Story 11-18 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-19 Debate AP icon.png AP x10 Logic
Main Story 11-20 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)
Main Story 11-21 Story AP icon.png AP x10 (First-Time Cost)

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