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It was a typical breezy Sunday morning; the birds were singing a rather cheerful tune, and by surprise so was the milkman. Thats rather strange; in fact Billy the milkman was never happy.

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Billy the Milkman Hope Woods 11D It was a typical breezy Sunday morning; the birds were singing a rather cheerful tune, and by surprise so was the milkman. That's rather strange; in fact Billy the milkman was never happy. Why? May you ask... it was not his birthday or anyone's birthday, it was just a plain old Sunday morning... the morning of Billy's wife's death! "KNOCK, KNOCK" Mr Brown ran down the old squeaky wooden staircase to answer the front door. All Mr Brown could hear was a rather peculiar sound coming from the door. "It can't be Bill" he silently muttered to himself; (Although it was the right day and right time for Billy to drop off the milk.) When Mr Brown unlocked and opened the rotting front door, he found that it was Billy, but there was something strange about him. Mr Brown looked Billy up and down, from head to toe. ...read more.

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he spotted Billy carrying something, something big, something in a big black sack. Billy was walking towards the pigs, Mr Brown got out off his scratty old car and tip-toed quietly to see what was going on. He saw Billy put the big sack down near the pig's trough, and then he saw Billy open it and reach down into it. Mr Brown tip-toed a bit closer but making sure he was out of view. Billy pulled out of the bag, what looked like a... wig? Mr Brown moved even closer at this point as he was very interested to see what Billy was doing. Billy saw Mr Brown and froze. Billy picked up the pitch fork and started running towards Mr Brown, Mr Brown ran back to his car as fast as he could. The car wouldn't start. Billy was getting closer and closer, ranting and raving at Mr Brown. ...read more.

Conclusion

We have identified the head and it was Mrs Jenkins... Your milkman's wife" "What about Billy, have you found him?" Mr Brown asked. "No there was a note written in blood, nailed to the front door of Billy's house though saying ... Yes I did kill my wife and now I have left and nobody... I mean nobody will be able to find me, and if you do find me I will kill you too. B.J.Jenkins." "So what are you going to do?" Susan asked the police officers. "We are going to look for Billy and we have to contact Mrs Jenkins' family to tell them the bad news and try to identify the other body parts. If we have any news we will let you know" they replied and stood up and went to walk out the front door. As they opened the door there was a note, also written in blood saying "Browns, You're both DEAD!!!!" ...read more.

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