Angela checked out the decorations one more time to make sure it all looked as she wanted. She gave a little dance around the room, her long dress swirling in the air. How she loved Halloween!
When the party ends, Joyce is found dead, having been drowned in an apple-bobbing tub.
With help from retired Superintendent Spence, Poirot makes a list of deaths and disappearances for the last few years in Woodleigh Common: Poirot learns a few interesting facts: Leopold is later found dead, having been drowned in a small brook.
Poirot soon has a theory, and advises the police to search the Halloween party by miriam waddington near the quarry.
Fearing another murder, Poirot sends a telegram to Mrs Oliver, instructing her to take Judith and her daughter to London as quickly as possible. However, Miranda disappears when the group stop for lunch, and meets up with Garfield, who takes her to a pagan sacrificial altar with the intention of poisoning her.
However, he commits suicide when two men, recruited by Poirot to trail Miranda, thwart him and save her life. Poirot tells Mrs Oliver what he has learned.
While her husband was alive, Rowena began an affair with Garfield. Her aunt discovered this, and as a punishment, she wrote a codicil that left her fortune to Olga.
The dropping of the vase of water, which Mrs Whittaker witnessed, was to disguise the fact Rowena was already wet from drowning Joyce. Leopold was murdered because he had witnessed Rowena murdering his sister and subsequently blackmailed her. She had met Garfield years before, and encountered him by accident when settling in the area with Miranda.
While Garfield knew Miranda was his daughter, he was willing to kill his own child to ensure he could create another garden.
Characters[ edit ] Hercule Poirot - Belgium detective, asked to help investigate the murder of Joyce Reynolds by his friend Oliver. She attends the Halloween party that Joyce is killed during, while visiting a friend in the area. Alfred Richmond - Chief Constable of the local police.
Dr Ferguson - Local physician and the appointed police surgeon. Joyce Reynolds - First victim of the case. Declared she once saw a murder, which becomes the focal point of the investigation. Olga Seminoff - An au pair girl from Herzogovinia.
Mrs Llewellyn-Smythe - Wealthy widow. Died two years before the novel begins. One of the possible deaths considered as the murder witnessed by Joyce. Janet White - A local teacher, dead from strangulation before the start of the novel.
Leopold Reynolds - Second victim of the case. Attended the Halloween party, and later found to be blackmailing the killer. A widow following the death of her husband Hugo, also her first cousin, from unknown causes.
Organiser of the Halloween party that Joyce attended. Miranda Butler - A twelve-year-old girl who was ill and unable to attend the party. Best friends of Joyce, both of whom are students at the local school. Michael Garfield - A landscape gardener, recently returned to the area. Noted for being unusually beautiful and fascinated with beauty itself.
Elizabeth Whittaker - Mathematics teacher at The Elms school. Attended the Halloween party, and was associates of Janet White. Miss Emlyn - Local headmistress of The Elms school.
Mrs Goodbody - Local cleaning woman, attending the party in the role of a witch.In The Halloween Party by Miriam Waddington, Mr. Luria, the father, can be described as traditional, proud and loving. Using a quotation: Find an appropriate quote related to the question.
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