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A Murder Scene

December 1, 2016 Leave a comment

Short play I wrote is in the latest issue of Eclectic Voices Literary Journal. Good for giggle.

Eclectic Voices

crime-268902_1920A Murder Scene
by Jeff Folschinsky 

SETTING: THE HALLWAY OF AN OFFICE BUILDING.

PSYCHIATRIST
Henry, what are we doing here?

HENRY
Investigating.

PSYCHIATRIST
Investigating what?

HENRY
What do you mean,? A murder of course.

PSYCHIATRIST
Whose murder?

HENRY
Why Johansson’s of course.

PSYCHIATRIST
Who’s Johansson?

HENRY
The guy that was murdered. He said he wanted to give me some information. When I
showed up, he was dead.

PSYCHIATRIST
How do you know he was dead?

HENRY
Because he’s lying over there dead, that’s how. Are you blind?

PSYCHIATRIST
Henry, I don’t see anything.

HENRY
Are you telling me, you don’t see a dead body that’s has been clearly beat to death with a
children’s Bop it, Flip it, Twist it toy?

PSYCHIATRIST
No, and how do you know what the murder weapon is?

HENRY
Because it’s sticking out of his mouth for crying out loud.

PSYCHIATRIST
Henry, there’s no one…

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