Duncan Proctor, who committed suicide several weeks earlier but has been seen committing the murder of his ex-girlfriend. The disappearance of three tapes from an answering machine intrigues Jonathon, especially when one is found in the manor house's cesspool. Things get complicated when he finds that none of the area funeral parlors handled the body. Written by
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The "Josef K" mentioned by Jonathon is the protagonist in Franz Kafka's "The Trial." See more
During the drive up to Duncan's house, Clare makes reference to a "Victorian phone box". The first public telephones in the United Kingdom were not installed until the 1920s, long after the end of the Victorian era. See more
There's only so much crap you can wade through.
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Composed by Camille Saint-Saëns
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