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Mrs. Stevenson is sitting at her kitchen table, her hands trembling as she looks at the phone that rang unanswered. She knows that it was her son calling, but instead of the relieved voice she was hoping to hear, she only hears silence. Mrs. Stevenson knows that something terrible has happened, and she starts to panic as she starts to think about the possible scenarios. She calls her son's phone multiple times, but there is still no answer. Mrs. Stevenson starts to cry, knowing that her son is

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Question: Imagine a continuation of the story after the events "Sorry, Wrong Number" Write a short story or script that explores what happens next to Mrs. Stevenson or introduces new characters affected by the events of the play.

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Title: The Unraveled Truth Characters: - Helen (Mrs. Stevenson's sister) - Officer Davis (A police officer investigating the events) - Mark (A seemingly ordinary person with a hidden secret) (Setting: Two days later, Helen sits grieving in her sister's apartment, where the murder happened. Clippings from papers lie on the table, telling of the tragic story. The doorbell rings, and Helen gets up to open the door.) Helen: (Tearfully) Oh, Officer Davis, it's you. Please come in. Officer Davis: Thank you, Helen. I'm sorry for intruding during this difficult time. I just wanted to come in person to express my deepest condolences about your sister's passing. I never thought it could end this way. Helen: (Holding back tears) It all happened so suddenly. If only she had called the police earlier, she might still be alive... Officer Davis: I understand your grief, Helen, but as you know, we're still investigating this case. She did try to call the police, and we were on our way, but unfortunately, we arrived too late. We're not giving up, though. We'll catch the person behind this heinous deed. Helen: Thank you, Officer. It means a lot to me and my family. Officer Davis: I do have some questions, though. Anything you can tell us might help. Did your sister argue with anyone recently? Did she have any enemies? Helen: No, she was always kind-hearted and never got into trouble. She didn't have any enemies that I know of. (Pauses) Well, she did have some issues with a man named Mark. He was her ex-boyfriend's best friend. Officer Davis: (Taking notes) Mark? We didn't have a record of him. Can you tell me more about their relationship? Helen: It's a long story. But to be brief, Mark always thought he knew what was best for his friend, and that included breaking up with my sister. For some reason, he never liked her, and they would have heated exchanges whenever they saw each other. I don't think he could have done it, though. Officer Davis: Even so, people's behavior can be unpredictable when emotions are running high. We will look into it. I appreciate your help, Helen. Please call me if you think of anything else or need to talk. (Scene shifts to a small, dimly-lit apartment. A man named Mark is sitting on the couch, looking anxious.) Mark: (Talking to himself) It went wrong. Everything went wrong. My friend was supposed to get out of her life, not her getting killed... I couldn't control that man. He wanted his money; that's all he cared about. (Pauses) I have to leave. I can't stay here any longer. (Just as Mark is about to leave with his packed bag, a knock comes from the door.) Officer Davis: (From outside) Mark, this is Officer Davis. Open the door, please. We need to ask you some questions about the recent murder of Mrs. Stevenson. Mark: (Panicking) What do I do? I can't go to jail. But if I don't open the door, they'll know something's up. (Pauses) I have to face this. I have to open the door. (Mark hesitantly opens the door, revealing Officer Davis and another officer.) Officer Davis: Thank you for your cooperation, Mark. We have some questions about your relationship with Mrs. Stevenson. We understand you didn't get along, and we want to clarify a few details. Mark: (Nervously) I... I didn't like her, but I'd never hurt her. It wasn't supposed to be like this -- the ending. Officer Davis: (Narrowing his eyes) What do you mean, "the ending?" Mark, did you have anything to do with her murder? Mark: (Breaking down) No, I didn't touch her. I swear! But... I know who did. I hired someone to scare her, not to kill her. I wanted her to leave my friend alone. But it went horribly wrong. (Begins sobbing) I never imagined she'd end up dead. Officer Davis: (Sternly) You should've told us this before. Now you're an accessory to murder. I'm afraid I need to place you under arrest. (The officers handcuff Mark, and as they lead him out of the apartment, Mark's expression is filled with despair at the unraveling of the truth behind the tragic events.) THE END

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May 21, 2023, 1:47 a.m.

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