svelte_corps, on Jun 21 2009, 09:39 PM, said:
If it was a revolver I doubt there'd be a bullet casing seeing as to take a casing out of a revolver would mean reloading or intentionally taking it out, compared to a semi-automatic pistol with automatically ejects the casing.
Is there a spent casing lying around that anyone can see?
If there is, perhaps it will tell us something about the gun from which it came.
Didn't the train also originally stop because the coal was moist.... moist with blood, perhaps? Bloodily moist with the moistening blood of this mostly bloodless corpse? Just a thought. Perhaps Jennifer has been with us longer than we thought...
Uhhh I think we would've noticed if there was BLOOD on the coals... seeing as its red.
Also where would someone get that much blood? Unless they robbed a blood bank...
Wouwie, on Jun 21 2009, 11:18 PM, said:
I've never seen someone so happy about a murder ....seems somewhat suspicous...
Woohoo! A murder! In our town! Something is finally happening here! Wait..Murder..Danm..
I want to search for the shell of the bullit to search for a fingerprint on it.
Wouwie, on Jun 22 2009, 12:33 AM, said:
I would also look for a blood trail showing she has been moved..If that's the case, she could be killed anywhere..
You would know... Uhh okay
Alice, on Jun 22 2009, 01:33 AM, said:
Right now I dont trust anyone with a gun...except myself but thats not fair.
I think that you are not mentally stable and have a gun. Have you been keeping track of bullets along the way? When did you notice it was missing some that you didn't use? I'm not sure that you are the murderer. The gun in Greaserman's possession has a bullet missing and was in that office. I'd much rather accuse him but I have no proof to condemn either of you right now.
You know, I've held onto something I've known. I noticed that Brakes was acting strange at the time that Max was in possession of Eleanor's gun. It was before any of us knew about it. I'm wondering why now. Either he killed Jennifer or he knows that something was going on with the gun. He also had plenty of opportunity to sabotage the train if it wasn't just the blood that soaked the coal. Max was Brakes one of the people you told about the gun? Who else did you tell about it before the rest of us found out?
Also I was with max alot the day the train broke down and he definatly didnt sabotage the train, Although I did take afew naps but not long enough for someone to sabotage it and most of the time there were 2 people at the front....
TheBrickster, on Jun 22 2009, 03:58 AM, said:
Either the killer picked up the casings or its a revolver....(or another type of weapon that requires you to pump it or remove it to fire again: like a shotgun, Although typically you would pump the shotgun after firing. or a bolt action rifle but still most would, after firing eject the casing so another round is ready.)
You discover no traces of blood past the ground near the tender. There are NO bullet casings to be found.
Alice, on Jun 22 2009, 11:50 AM, said:
I just havnt had much to say for the last day or so...
Why are some people so quiet? I've noticed that several people are missing. Should this lead me to be suspicious of their activities?
WhiteFang, on Jun 22 2009, 01:51 PM, said:
Yep, it couldnt have been blood on the coal.
I didn't know about Eleanor's gun, until at a later stage, when Max attempted to open up her locker. Although Max and I have access to passengers' lockers, but we only do so "if" there is something unusual events that might prompt us to check the locker in advance. At any point in time, during the Emerald Express, I was either working with the train brakes, or escort Max and along with either Schmelt or one of the stuff together to keep the gun safe, in the train conductor's office. We can't expect anyone of us to be left along with the handgun. It could prove too dangerous. We didn't hide anything from the rest or was there any secret conspiracy among us. We are doing our job, to keep our passengers safe and sound.
At many stages, I was stationed and ensure that the train brakes are working fine. I am not a train engineer by nature. I am a brakes expert. Steve and I concluded that some moist stuff has hit the coal which caused the entire Emerald Express to freeze up.. And, I am fairly sure that it wasn't blood that caused it.. If it was blood, we could easily smell blood and we need lots of blood to make that whole packets of coal to get moist... How could anyone be so convenient, and take blood and pour all over the coal without seeing any red puddle or spot of blood on the engine floorboard.
Dragonator, on Jun 22 2009, 05:47 PM, said:
Well me and brakes already checked and we're not exactly sure what the substance is also we didnt have much time to examine it as we left the emerald.
Could we look in he coal tender and the cabin to see if we can determine what exactly was the cause of our stop? If it was this stuff on the coal, I want to see if we can find out what the substance is.