Of course CBSRMT added characters and their development took up time so there was less time to deal with the details of the crimes.
It's true the nature of the murderer is pretty improbable and the characteristics attributed to it are not wholly accurate (Did I hear the CBSRMT version refer to "black hairs"?
One victim has her head ripped off, the second is stuffed up the chimney with apparent inhuman strength.
With the door bolted from the inside and the windows apparently nailed shut, the policeman is stupefied at how the perpetrators could have escaped.
A young detective wishes to earn his wings and impress his fiance by solving a difficult murder mystery.
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He enlists the assistance of a gifted "unofficial" master detective who has analyzed some very difficult cases for the police. Marshall wonders if the detective in this story was the inspiration for the creation of the most famous fictional detective of all time, Sherlock Holmes.
I have listened to is several times and I will listen to it again. We want everything now and we refuse to allow our mind do the work.
Sometimes you have to learn to "imagine." A good listen even if it didn't follow the story as closely as I would've liked.
The techniques he employs are simple but effective. The lowdown: A couple stumble upon a terribly gruesome murder scnene in The Rue Morgue.
One victim is decapitated, the other one is dead and stuffed up the chimney. This episode accurately depicts the crime and the solution as written by Poe BUT some of the most significant clues are omitted.