Much-hated museum benefactor Norris Wentworth is found dead in the museum. The autopsy indicates he died of a heart attack but did he have help in dying? He was let into the museum by somebody and couldn't reach his nitroglycerin medicine, indicating that whoever let him in also intimidated him. An Egyptologist shows up and claims that the piece, a pharaoh's tomb, was stolen from Egypt and vows that a curse has been laid upon the tomb to haunt anyone who robs it. Written by
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I may be wrong, but I think I know how Norris Wentworth was killed-and why, and who did it. Remember, the autopsy definitely established it was a heart attack-but was someone responsible for that heart attack? I think so, and it all has to do with the broken window in Wentworth's car outside the museum, and the key ring in his pocket. Let's see if we come up with the same answer.