The House Detective: Conclusion

Peeper worked here

This Is The End – The Epilog

Mr Flores, as we saw in the previous chapter, was making his way down the stairs. He was lucky. Somehow – and nobody knew how – he had managed to evade the police. For some reason, he felt guilty about the massacre at the hotel and – this was known on the street – had tried to kill himself, but the electric current in the wall outlet only fried his brain for a little while. After that, nobody knows what happened to him. Some said he’d gone to Canada, and others that he was in Mexico.

Not much is know about Gilda, except that after bludgeoning the Peeper with a handy lamp in the sixth floor lobby, whose stand weighed a ton, she was arrested and for a long time afterwards she mourned for her Lesbian lover, in prison.

The End



2 thoughts on “The House Detective: Conclusion”

  1. It certainly looks like you got pulp fiction nailed. I haven’t read any of these for a long time and found this one quite enjoyable.

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