Clues in the Allinger Apartment
In the living room, you find a houseplant that's recently
had some leaves pulled off and chewed. It's sitting on a coffee table
that's low to the ground.
In the kitchen, you find evidence that little Isabella
Allinger had peas, applesauce, mushroom pizza, and a cup of milk for
dinner. The "Donnybrook Farms" milk bottle is still sitting out on the
counter. Isabella's parents had salad, pizza and beer for dinner. You
find more beer, fresh greens, baby food and condiments in the refrigerator.
Poking through the garbage turns up a "Rollo's Pizza"
box and a plant tag that reads "Lady's Slipper (paphiopedilum)." The
Allinger's pet, a sharp-clawed iguana named Iggy, is hiding in the bathtub.
Rita tells you that an exterminator from the Hitchcock
Chemical Company came earlier today, to spray the apartment complex
for roaches. She also claims that the houseplant was not in the apartment
a week ago, and that Isabella is just beginning to stand up on her own.
You see evidence that there's been a power failure.
REVIEW THE CLUES INTHE BELINDO HOUSE
Call Dr. Lydell