I'd not told my wife about Howie's sister Annie's abduction and murder.
I decided to pick Daniel Brennan's brains on the matter Howie's sister Annie's abduction.
Brennan reported back on Willard Humphries, Annie's alleged abductor.
He's desperate to ask Martha about the details of Annie's death but she, Quinn and Claire haven't reported in.
They stopped looking for Annie's abductor when you were jailed for another crime.
Did you know the rest of Annie's family?
One of them might have even been responsible for Annie's murder.
Was there one of them in particular you think might have been responsible for Annie's murder?
If Annie's abductor was still operating, that literally reversed the odds that we'd knock heads with him if he remained active!
I blew off his attempt to learn details of his involvement in Annie's abduction.
To the house where I grew up, at the time of Annie's death.
None was longer than a page and each asked after Annie's health and wellbeing and then added a few lines that mentioned that all was well in Boston.
I forgot about Annie's clothes.
Only Rev. Martin's note informing the family of poor Annie's death.
"My brother is writing a book about Annie's life and her sacrifices," Claire said.
I promised to donate this here ink well and pen that came from the box of Annie's stuff.
This is Annie's dress.
It is Annie's diary, written when she first met Rev. Martin!
She spent the day in her room, in Annie's dress.
Cynthia went on to say Fred had been excited by her translation of Annie's notebook and had left in a rush.
Dean considered pointing out that Annie's reference to their "shared secret" didn't seem to refer to a pastoral hug, but held his tongue.
And think of Annie's age.
Miss Annie's pretty much spelled it out in black and white in this here journal, even if it was in code.
Dean took this to suggest Annie's true past remained a secret to the sharp-tongued woman.
If Shipton let her know he knew all the dirt on Annie's past, that might throw a kibosh on the whole business.
If she knows the truth about Annie's past, she isn't admitting it.
But Donnie's been transcribing Annie's notebook.
Dean wondered how Effie would accept the final chapter of Annie's diary, once he had a chance to share it with her as Cynthia had promised.
That was the overpowering emotion that had come to rule poor Annie's life.
Annie's death was a direct result of him and his actions.
That's more of a stretch than trying to fit Gladys Turnbull in Annie's white dress.
Edith had to know about Annie's death—otherwise her carbon copy suicide is just too much of a coincidence.
She may have been more realistic about Annie's life, but she is very protective of sister Claire.
In Dean's mind, her attitude and actions eliminated any thought that she might have read or learned of Annie's final hours earlier.
She didn't wear a bra or her panties or Annie's antique drawers.
Claire didn't express any interest in Annie's clothing earlier.