“This is Detectives Krueger and Bianchi, Jr. Sister Elizabeth Mary. Would you like me to stay?” Sister Angelica Marie queries.
“No, that’ll be fine. Welcome gentlemen, please have a seat.” As Sister Elizabeth Mary welcomes the two detectives, she offers seating in the two, one hundred year old, wooden oak chairs. They are draped in jacobean colored, dark brown stain. The chairs appear as cold as the truth of misgivings that the world has to offer women. She continues, “So, now how may I help you two detectives?” She queries.