Which of the following are two ways the crime scene has been altered by the end of the play?
1. The stove has been fired up and Mrs. Wright’s quilt has been altered.
2. Mr. Wright’s tool shed has been emptied and the cat has been set loose.
3. Mrs. Wright’s quilt has been altered and the bird has been set loose.
4. The kitchen has been ransacked and the windows have been pried open.
Which of these is not one of the “trifles” Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Peters notice at the Wrights’ farm house?
1. the sticky canned fruit jars
2. the sealed windows of the farmhouse
3. the forced door to the birdcage
4. the errant pleat in Mrs. Wright’s quilt