Lesson 11 Who could it be?
These couldn't be the clue,could they?
What are you these,anyway?
They're the oldest documents in Stamford.
I remember this.It's the Stamford Treaty.Ben showed it to me...
This is the Stamford Treaty,the most important item in the Morris Museum.
How old is it?Look here.
It's dated 1640,and it's signed by two great Indians.
All the big museums would like to own this,
but it's going to stay right here at the Morris Museum in Stamford..
It's worth a fortune.
It's worth a fortune.Are all these old documents worth money?
Could this treaty be worth more than the others?A lot more?
Oh,yes. I could be wrong,
but I think there's a connection between the Stamford Treaty and the killer.
This could be a clue. But what?
I'm not sure yet.We could wait for the police...
or we could work on it ourselves.
Let's work on it ourselves.OK.I have an idea.
I want to go home and develop these pictures.
I'll see you in the morning.
We're going to catch this killer!
Tony?Is that you?..Toney?..Who could it be?
Who are you?..What do you want?
Diana!What is it?
There was a stranger in the hallway.
Then the lights went out .What's happening?
Diana,that was me.I turned off the ligth switch by accident.
But there was a strange man in the hallway.
I can explain that.Victor!
Diana,I want you to meet Victor chapman.
Victor is an old friend of mine. I see.
What are you doing here?