- 1. Black Christmas
- 2. Hey, who leave the goddamn
front door open?
- 3. Oh, by the way how come I was the only
one there working tonight?
- 4. We're in it this
- 5. A likely story.
- 6. How does it look?
- 7. Useless, very useless!
- 8. You got your Santa costume ready?
- 9. Yeah.
What time the little bastard arrive?
- 10. - At one o'clock.
- 11. Hello?
- 12. Pardon?
- 13. Who?
- 14. Barb, it's for you.
- 15. Oh, great.
I'll take it in the other room.
- 16. Could you guys shut up in there?
I can't hear a damn thing!
- 17. Hello!
- 18. Mom, hang on, I can't hear you.
- 19. Operator, I can't hear.
What's coming from the other end. Can you...
- 20. Yeah. All right, let's see!
- 21. Party over!
Come on, all the men out!
- 22. Come on! Bye bye!
- 23. Oh, operator, I still can't hear.
- 24. All right, Mommy!
I can hear you now.
- 25. No, we just having a little party.
- 26. No, I had a couple.
- 27. Oh, come on,
I'm not drunk.
- 28. No, no! Uh, I had some stuff
I had to do in the afternoon.
- 29. And then I was just gonna get
the 720 train to the city.
- 30. Oh, come on, you got
to be kidding.
- 31. Why can't I come too?
- 32. - Well, who the hell is he?
- Good night.
- 33. - See you next week.
- 34. Hey, call before you come.
I have to get my parents pick me up.
- 35. I'll just get a couple of
my friends and we'll go.
- 36. Okay.
- 37. Yeah, sure I'm inviting her.
I'll see you around.
- 38. Hey, Chris, wait up, I need a ride.
- 39. Put the Christmas music back on.
- 40. You wants to go skiing
for two days?
- 41. Yeah, sure, Barb.
- 42. My mother save me a place at Mt. Holly.
You know who else wants to come?
- 43. - Yea, sounds like fun.
- 44. - What about you Clare?
- No thanks, Barb. I made some another plans.
- 45. Okay, I'll come get it.
- 46. Hello?
- 47. Hello?
- 48. Hello!
- 49. Hey, quiet!
It's him again! The monas.
- 50. It expands into zag.
- 51. Must be one person?
- 52. No, Clare. That's the Mormon Tabernacle Choir
doing their annual obscene phone call.
- 53. Shh...
- 54. Big cunt! Yeah, big cunt.
You big cunt...
- 55. Let me lick it! Lick it!
- 56. Lick it!
Let me lick your pretty piggy cunt!
- 57. Pretty big cunt!
- 58. Pretty big cunt!
- 59. I can bring you a big brake.
- 60. How many can you fuck, lady?
- 61. - Uh-uh, not bad!
- Welcome my choosy cock!
- 62. I'll come over.
- 63. I'll come over... so you can...
Fuck it, fuck it.
- 64. Listen you pervert! Why don't you go
over to Lambda-Ko?
They could use a little of this.
- 65. Piggy cunt, you want my fat cock...
- 66. So, why don't you just go find
a wall socket and stick your tongue
in it, that will give you a charge.
- 67. I'll stick my tongue up
your pretty pussy.
- 68. You fucking creep!
- 69. I'm going to kill you.
- 70. Well, super-tongue strikes again.
- 71. Fastest tongue in the west.
- 72. That's sick!
- 73. I really don't think you should provoke
somebody like that, Barb.
- 74. No question! This guy is minor league.
In the city I get two of those a day.
- 75. Maybe.
- 76. See, like a town girl who was raped
a couple of weeks ago.
- 77. Darling!
You can't rape a townie.
- 78. You really are too much,
- 79. Come on, this is a sorority house,
not a convent.
- 80. I'll see you later.
I'm gonna go pack.
- 81. Come on, Clare, she
didn't mean anything.
- 82. No, really Jess, it's okay.
I have to finish packing anyway.
- 83. Haven't she had enough trouble sitting in here
without you getting at her all the time?
- 84. Come on.
I know professional virgin when I see one.
- 85. Hey, I can't get my hands out here.
- 86. Speaking of professional
- 87. Here we have, the queen of bozes.
- 88. Where have you been?
- 89. I have been shopping. You know how the
store is most spectacular at this time of year.
- 90. Another charge up to buy these, honey.
- 91. Mrs. Mac, come on to the other room,
we got a surprise for you.
- 92. Where have you been?
- 93. See Mrs. Mac has been looking
all over for you.
- 94. Oh, little puss! Hello.
- 95. Oh, will you get someone to see you?
- 96. Okay.
- 97. Claud?
- 98. Is that you, puss?
- 99. Kitty.
- 100. Who is that?
- 101. Who is it?
- 102. Claud?
- 103. Who is that?
- 104. Who is it?
- 105. Dear, girls ...
This's really beautiful.
- 106. It's really lovely.
- 107. I about to make use
for this to the Justin!
- 108. Come on, Mrs. Mac, put it on.
- 109. Put it on? Oh, come on,
I'm not going to bed.
- 110. Come on, please.
- 111. Put it on.
- 112. Anything for you girls because
- 113. Hey, you bet!
- 114. Okay, girls, party is over.
Let's get this junk clean up, heh?
- 115. Oh yeah, come on, everybody takes a little
something and it won't take long.
- 116. Come on! Fast girls!
Just a little cooporation.
- 117. - Now just get relax, because I'm tired.
- You really are!
- 118. Good night.
- 119. Before...
- 120. Booze.
- 121. There you are.
- 122. Good night, good night.
- 123. Jess, you girls are just
too good to me.
- 124. Oh, noisome, Mrs. Mac.
- 125. Hello?
- 126. - Hello, is Jess there, please?
- Yes, wait a second, Peter.
- 127. Jess, it's for you.
- 128. Hello?
- 129. Hi, how's the party?
- 130. It was good.
Too bad you couldn't make it.
- 131. - I had been practicing for four days
straight. I am really wiped out.
- Yes, I know.
- 132. Jess, dear ...
You won't forget to put off the lights.
- 133. You've got to plan some time.
I've got to talk to you.
- 134. You sounds funny.
What's the matter?
- 135. Nothing is matter.
I just want to talk to you.
- 136. Why don't you tell me now?
- 137. Because I want to talk
to you, face to face.
- 138. Jess, I haven't been to bed in three nights.
And it's not the mood to be playing games.
- 139. Look, Peter, we'll talk
about it tomorrow, okay?
- 140. - Okay, I'll be in room 30, all day.
- Alright, I'll see you around 2:00.
- 141. I just mean, uh, shortly.
I get some exhausted, okay?
- 142. Yeah, it's okay.
- 143. - I love you.
- I know.
- 144. See you tomorrow.
- 145. Yeah, well, goodnight.
- 146. Jesus, so it always found my liver!
- 147. Clare?
- 148. Clare?
- 149. Oh, thank you. It's okay.
- 150. Sorry, I should have been keeping
a better watching at them.
- 151. - I think so.
- Yeah, well, I said I was sorry.
- 152. Excuse me!
- 153. I hate to bother you,
I can see that you are busy.
- 154. But I wonder if you can help me?
- 155. You see, I'm suppose to meet my
daughter here at 1 o'clock.
- 156. It's half past now, and
she's still not here.
- 157. Here name is Clare Harrison,
do you know her?
- 158. Clare Harrison?
- 159. Yeah, I think so.
- 160. I know she lives in a sorority house.
It's called, uh...
- 161. Pi-Kappa-Sigma.
- 162. Oh, of course.
Kappa is a sister sorority.
- 163. Some other girls were over here today,
but I haven't seen Clare.
- 164. The place isn't far, I will tell you
how to get there.
- 165. Ho, ho, ho, shit!
- 166. Santa, please.
- 167. Look, she's supposed to be going out
with me for this weekend, God dammit.
- 168. Well, we decided that
we'll go skiing for a few days, you know?
- 169. Yeah, I've been looking forward to this
for three weeks. Bitch.
- 170. Isn't Santa naughty?
- 171. Ho, ho, ho, fuck.
- 172. I just don't know, Mr. Harrison.
Her clothes are all packed and ready to go.
- 173. I'll take you to the common room.
- 174. They're having a party today
for underprivileged children.
- 175. Yes, I know.
- 176. I am very disappointed in
- 177. I intend to do something about it.
- 178. Who is this?
- 179. Uh, that's a friend of Clare.
Very nice young man from the town,
- 180. I didn't sent my daughter here
to be drinking and... picking up boys.
- 181. Oh, Clare is a good girl, Mr. Harrison.
- 182. I wouldn't want you to get the wrong idea
about that. She is a good girl.
- 183. I am sure you will find her
in the fraternity house.
- 184. As a matter of fact, I could show you the way.
I have to go to a store near there.
- 185. If you wouldn't mind
giving me a lift.
- 186. I know where it is.
- 187. And I will be glad to
give you a ride.
- 188. This is very kind of you,
- 189. I'll just get my bag.
- 190. "I didn't sent my daughter here
to be drinking and picking up boys."
- 191. Tough shit!
- 192. I was supposed to be responsible...
- 193. for the moral of every girl
in this goddamn house.
- 194. This bronze.
- 195. The leaning tower of Pisa
if they can get up there.
- 196. I'll do my best.
- 197. I don't know what the bastard
expect of me.
- 198. For Christ sake!
- 199. Claud?
- 200. Is that you, Claud?
- 201. Claud?
- 202. Here kitty, kitty, kitty!
- 203. Come on Claud. Come say
goodbye to mommy.
- 204. Is that you, Claud?
- 205. Oh, Jesus!
Claud, look what you made me do!
- 206. Stop it!
- 207. Come on Claud, here kitty, kitty, kitty!
Come on Claud, I got to go!
- 208. Here, kitty!
- 209. Oh, God dammit, Claud,
you're a little prick!
- 210. This is very kind of you,
- 211. I think I will get out of here.
- 212. I am pregnant.
- 213. What?
- 214. I'm pregnant.
- 215. Hey, Jessica, that's fantastic.
- 216. I don't want it.
- 217. You don't want it?
- 218. No!
I want to have an abortion.
- 219. You can't made a decision like that.
You haven't even ask me.
- 220. I wasn't even going to tell you.
- 221. Jess.
- 222. I want us to have a baby.
- 223. Peter, I can't!
- 224. Oh, Christ, Jess.
- 225. Don't you ever consider anyone but yourself?
- 226. I've thought this out very carefully and
I know what I'm gonna do.
- 227. Do you know how important this
afternoon is to me?
- 228. Yes, I do.
- 229. Why don't you just get out of here.
- 230. Jess!
- 231. I want to talk to you tonight.
- 232. There is nothing to discuss, Peter.
- 233. - I think there is.
- I'm not going to change my mind.
- 234. We'll see.
Will you be there at 9 o'clock?
- 235. - Yes.
- Okay, I will see you tonight.
- 236. Yes, dear.
I am sure there is nothing wrong.
- 237. Yes, I just been talking to
a friend of hers.
- 238. She's going to call her out for me.
- 239. Yes, well, if we don't have any luck,
I'll go to the police.
- 240. Yes.
- 241. Well, I don't think I'll be able to go home tonight.
It's a bit late to head out now.
- 242. Let the grown brother snag it a little bit.
- 243. Yes.
- 244. Hello?
- 245. Hello?
- 246. Hello!
- 247. Oh hell, not again!
- 248. Billy.
- 249. Billy? Mm!
- 250. I'm sorry, you have the
- 251. What your mother and I must solve is...
- 252. Where did you put the baby Agnes?
- 253. You got the wrong number.
- 254. Where did you put Agnes, Billy?
- 255. Look, I'm telling you,
you have the wrong number!
- 256. Why can't mother and I might go in?
- 257. Billy!
- 258. You guys can never get it
if you don't even try.
- 259. Look, I really don't. You get thing that go so seriously. Sincerely, I need—
- 260. I know what we may hear a non specific.
- 261. Hold it, hold it!
- 262. Could you just give it to
me one at a time?
- 263. Well, what the hell are you
planning to do about it?
- 264. You... shut up!
- 265. You know, for a public servant
I think your attitude really sucks.
- 266. Shut up.
- 267. Now, Mr. Harrison, if you convinced that
your daughter is missing,
- 268. you can fill up one of these forms.
- 269. I don't know if there's any consolation, but
90% of the time girls who reported...
- 270. missing from the college,
- 271. they're out of campus somewhere
with their boyfriends.
- 272. Thanks, but that's
not much of a consolation.
- 273. - Oh, here for my gladdy help.
- Thank you, dear.
- 274. You know we got to get
Mr. Renzic fix this door.
- 275. I must have to call that son of a bitch
a hundred times about this.
- 276. Mrs. Mac, there was another one
of those calls just now.
- 277. Oh, what, my dear?
- 278. It's weird! Some woman screaming,
then a man wailing.
- 279. Clare Harrison's father was here today.
- 280. Oh, really? I'm sorry I didn't
get to say goodbye to her.
- 281. Well, you still might. Clare didn't
meet him where she was supposed to.
- 282. Ah, I thought she was over to
- 283. Where is it?
- 284. I bought in some fishes.
- 285. You're, mister!
- 286. - Excuse me.
- 287. Could you give me the number of
the sorority house? Please!
- 288. Yeah, sure.
- 289. It's, uh...
- 290. Fellecio - 2 0 8 8 0.
- 291. What?
- 292. Fellecio.
- 293. It, It's, uh— It's a new change.
- 294. Sounds none on me!
How do you spell it?
- 295. Capital 'F', 'e', little 'I', 'I'
'a', 't', 'I' 'o'.
- 296. Thanks.
- 297. Don't mention it.
- 298. Chris!
- 299. Break!
- 300. Hi, what's up?
- 301. - Have you seen Clare today?
- No, she went home.
- 302. No she didn't.
No one knows where she is.
- 303. Are you serious?
- 304. I thought maybe she was with you or
at least you might have heard from her.
- 305. No, not since last night.
- 306. Well, her father came to pick her up
at 1 o'clock today and she didn't show.
- 307. So he went down to the police
station with Phil and Barb.
- 308. What happened?
- 309. - They didn't take it seriously.
- 310. I don't know.
- 311. I think they finicky shut up somewhere.
- 312. Well, uh.
She is out for Christmas holiday, but...
- 313. there was a bad practice over at the
highschool this afternoon, then.
- 314. She... just played the piano.
And, uh, when she didn't come home,
- 315. mine, I thought Melody being after her.
- 316. Best friends.
- 317. And, uh, they haven't seen her all day.
- 318. She is only 13 years
old, Lieutenant, and—
- 319. My husband is a trucker and
he is out on the road,
- 320. and so I came over here.
- 321. Was it really so unusual for
her to be just a few hours late, Mrs. Quaife?
- 322. Oh, yeah. She should have been home at noon.
We are going to buy a present for her father.
- 323. Nash, you stupid son of a bitch, you got
a big goddamn mouth!
- 324. What the hell are you talking about?
- 325. Hi Chris, how is your brother?
Can I get a talk to you?
- 326. What's up?
- 327. I want to know why nothing is being done about
Clare Harrison being missing.
- 328. And why this... idiot gets away
with saying the things he does?
- 329. You are a friend of Clare Harrison?
- 330. Yeah, I have been taking her out.
- 331. Oh, this is Jessy. She lives
in the same sorority house with Clare.
- 332. Alright, come on in. Sergeant,
bring me the file on the Harrison's girl!
- 333. And take care of this.
- 334. At least you should try
to eat something, Mr. Harrison.
- 335. You know, starving yourself isn't
going to help the situation. I don't know.
- 336. No, thank you very much Mrs. Mac,
but I just have no appetite.
- 337. I feel I should be doing something,
but I don't know what.
- 338. Why don't you just try to
- 339. The best thing you can
do is stay right here.
- 340. Michell shall call Clair show up soon!
- 341. In fact, I don't know what to do.
- 342. Did you know...
It's very little known fact, but...
- 343. did you know that there is a certain
species of turtle... that—
- 344. There is a certain species of turtle...
- 345. that can screw for
three days without stopping.
- 346. You don't believe me, do you?
- 347. Well, I mean how can I
make something like that?
- 348. Barb, dear, I, I, I—
- 349. No, really! They just three days,
24 hours a day,
- 350. Can you believe that?
- 351. Come on, if I get three minutes—
- 352. Do you know how I know this?
- 353. Because I went down to
the zoo and I watch them.
- 354. It was very boring.
- 355. Well, actually, uh, I, uh, didn't stay for the
whole three days.
- 356. I went over and I watch the zebras,
because they only takes a few seconds.
- 357. Premature in sex,
- 358. You think it's my fault,
- 359. Barb, stop it!
- 360. Don't shit me. That's all what you all thinking.
Why not just come on out and say it?
- 361. You think that I drove her away, and if
she is dead you're gonna blame me.
- 362. Barb, for God sake!
- 363. If that's all what we all thinking, why isn't
someone just come right out and say it?
- 364. Barb, you have too much drinking.
- 365. I don't give a shit out of Mr. Harrison!
- 366. I'm sick and tired of everyone in this house
enunciating stuffs and not coming out with what they mean.
- 367. Barb, why don't you go upstairs and
lie down for a while?
- 368. Shut up!
And you leave me alone. Goddamn you.
- 369. You think it's my fault that you
have been employed all this afternoon.
- 370. Barb, you are drunk.
Go to bed!
- 371. Yea, sure, fine.
- 372. - Any news?
- Sure! Where Mr. Harrison?
- 373. He's in the dining room.
- 374. - We won't be long, Mrs. Mac.
- Alright, dear. See you later.
- 375. - Phyl, Phyl...
- 376. - Listen, I'm sure Clare will be alright.
- I hope so.
- 377. And I'm just going to tell you that I'm going to
go to my sister's for the holiday...
- 378. so I might not be here
when you get back.
- 379. Well, that's okay. Just check out on Barb
before you leave, could you do that?
- 380. Of course, I will.
And you bring a luck.
- 381. Yeah, we'll be all right, Mrs. Mac.
- 382. Mrs. Quaife and Mr. Harrison have
asked me to extend their thanks to you...
- 383. for coming out this cold night to help.
- 384. Now, Mrs. Quaife has told us that Janice
most likely came through this park,
- 385. on her way home from school today.
- 386. So the first thing we'll do is combing the park.
- 387. When I tell you, I want you all to assemble
at the south edge of the park,
- 388. with your assigned officer.
- 389. Then we'll just walk through the park.
Spread out evenly.
- 390. Don't punch up.
There will be two sets of dogs leading the way.
- 391. Just spread out
and follow them.
- 392. George Karling, stay out from the flanks.
- 393. Teams will led up the dogs and stuff at more than ten miles an hour...
- 394. while you're being get used to it.
- 395. Now if any of you find anything,
I want you to send someone out
immediately to report it to me.
- 396. Is that clear?
- 397. Are there any questions?
- 398. Okay, lets go.
- 399. Darling, always, last two cups.
- 400. Alright, I hear you!
- 401. Claud?
- 402. Claud?
- 403. Claud?
- 404. Claud?
- 405. Claud?
- 406. Claud?
- 407. Where are you?
- 408. How did you get up on
the attic, Claud?
- 409. Shit!
- 410. All right, God dammit.
You can wait.
- 411. Claud, are you up here?
- 412. Jesus Christ, I don't see
how could you be up here.
- 413. Come on!
- 414. Jesus, Claud ...
Now look at what you make me do.
- 415. Jesus...
I've got to clean this place up some day.
- 416. Claud?
- 417. I can't see a damn thing.
- 418. Claud, god dammit, Claud,
I'm going to have you fixed.
- 419. Hey!
- 420. Anybody there?
- 421. Anybody there?
- 422. I'm gonna have to split. Peter is coming
around and I'm late already.
- 423. - It's cold.
- We'll coming home soon too.
- 424. I am freezing.
- 425. - We'll let you know if there is anything happen.
- 426. - Yes, is that my baby?
- Don't leave your place, stop!
- 427. Janice!
- 428. No!
- 429. Janice!
- 430. Janice, Janice!
- 431. Coming, Janice!
- 432. Janice!
- 433. Janice?
- 434. Hello?
- 435. Hello?
- 436. Who is this?
- 437. Oh, help!
Please, help me!
- 438. Oh, come, please!
- 439. What do you want?
Why are you doing this?
- 440. Trust me, babe.
- 441. I got goddamn Mrs. Mac.
- 442. Will I bury in bag?
- 443. Who are you?
For God's sake, what are you doing?
- 444. I know what you did, Billy!
- 445. Billy! Billy! Mad!
- 446. Stop this!
- 447. Jesus Christ, Mrs. Mac?
- 448. Mrs. Mac, are you home?
- 449. Mrs. Mac, are you up there?
- 450. Yes, hello?
- 451. I had been getting obscene phone calls, and
I want to know what can be done about it?
- 452. Yes alright, I'll hold.
But only for a moment.
- 453. Peter, Jesus,
you scared the hell out of me!
- 454. Why don't you say something?
- 455. Yea? Well.
- 456. You scare the hell out of me too.
- 457. What's all the yelling about?
- 458. I've been upstairs
having a little sleep.
- 459. Hope you don't mind, but
I'm got a little cold up there waiting for you.
- 460. - Sorry, I was late, Peter.
- 461. Clare Harrison is missing. I was out
with the search party looking for her.
- 462. Yes, hello.
I want to report something.
- 463. No, I don't want to hold!
- 464. - How does the recital going?
- How do you think it was?
- 465. Peter, what kind of a
game are you playing?
- 466. I thought you wanted to talk.
- 467. So why don't you quit attacking me and
we try to have a rational adult conversation?
- 468. Yes, now I stay on the line.
- 469. Okay! Now calm down, lady.
Let's tell the story.
- 470. Oh, yeah?
What's the address?
- 471. 6, Belmont Street ...
How many calls?
- 472. Well, did you call the phone company?
- 473. Oh, yeah?
Well, miss, we're very busy here.
- 474. There has been a child
murdered in the park.
- 475. I don't know when we can get them out of it.
- 476. Probably just one of your
boyfriend playing a little joke.
- 477. Yeah. Well, I'll report it and try
to get them out as soon as possible.
- 478. I'm sorry, miss.
- 479. Jess, what's wrong?
- 480. A little girl was found murdered
in the park.
- 481. What?
- 482. The search party that was looking for Clare
found the little girl murdered.
- 483. And Clare is still missing.
- 484. Clare is alright.
- 485. Is she?
- 486. Now listen Jess,
I know you're are upset.
- 487. But I've got something to tell you.
- 488. I'm leaving the conservatory.
- 489. - Peter!
- Now, you just hear me out.
- 490. Will you hear me out, please?
- 491. I live in one room for 8 years
and I'm tired of it.
- 492. I'm tired of having to line up behind six people
everytime I want to take a bath. I'd had it.
- 493. I am quiting the conservatory and
we are getting married.
- 494. Well, say something?
- 495. Do you remember when we first met?
- 496. You told me about you're wanting to
be a concert pianist.
- 497. That was your greatest dream.
- 498. And I told you about some of the
things that I wanted to do.
- 499. I still want to do things.
- 500. You can't ask me to drop everything
I've been working for...
- 501. and give up all my ambitions,
because your plans have changed.
- 502. Be realistic!
I can't marry.
- 503. Sure you can.
What is the change?
- 504. We could be married and you can still
do anything that you wanted to do.
- 505. Peter, I don't want to marry you.
- 506. Alright! What about the baby?
- 507. - I didn't want to bother it with you, sir.
- Oh, you didn't.
- 508. No. 6 Belmont Street,
that's where you daughter is?
- 509. Yes, it is.
- 510. A high school girl has been murdered.
Mr. Harrison's daughter is missing.
- 511. And now that the house where she lives
keep getting out obscene phone calls.
- 512. Don't you think we have
to look into it?
- 513. Well, lieutenant, I guess.
- 514. Thank you, Lieutenant.
- 515. Yeah, thanks, gentlemen.
- 516. Sergeant Nash.
- 517. Could I speak with you
for a minute?
- 518. Yeah, sure, Lieutenant.
- 519. What's this?
- 520. That's the number of
the sorority house.
- 521. - "Fellecio"?
- Yeah, the newest change, "Fe".
- 522. You don't understand?
- 523. Yeah. "Fellecio." One of the girls that was
in here afternoon gave it to me.
- 524. - She gave it to you?
- 525. Nash, I don't think you could pick your notes
without written instructions.
- 526. I know. Something dirty in it.
- 527. You're a selfish bitch.
- 528. You're talking about killing a baby,
though you're having your womanhood.
- 529. Now can you see why
I didn't want to tell you.
- 530. - What the hell are you trying to do to me?
- What are you doing to yourself?
- 531. Jess,
Let's get one thing straight.
- 532. You are not going to
abort that baby.
- 533. Peter, you're not going to tell me
what I can and cannot do.
- 534. - Jess, if you try getting an abortion—
- I think you better leave.
- 535. - If you are trying to get an abortion—
- I said get out.
- 536. You get to be very sorry.
- 537. Hi, Peter.
- 538. I'll get Jess.
- 539. - Jess, are you okay?
- Yeah, I'm okay.
- 540. Any more news?
- 541. No, but there are some people here
to see about the phone calls.
- 542. - Jess, this is Lieutenant Fuller.
- I'm sorry.
- 543. And Graham, Bill Graham.
- 544. - Uh, you leave present phone station within?
- 545. I would like to put a tap on your phone,
- 546. but I need your written permission
to do that. Is that okay with you?
- 547. Okay.
- 548. Okay, Grahdy, go ahead!
I'd like to see Clare Harrison room.
- 549. Where is the telephone?
- 550. There's one in the living room
and one here in the hallway.
- 551. Clare's room is up here.
- 552. - How many girls live in this house?
- 553. Hello, this is lineman Graham, at 6 Belmont Street,
I'm working line 5596114.
- 554. Great!
- 555. This afternoon, I got a call from a woman
and I thought it was a wrong number.
- 556. But then she started
screaming at me.
- 557. Who was the last one here to
see Miss Harrison?
- 558. - I think I was.
- When? Approximate!
- 559. Last night, about 10:30.
- 560. - Is this the way she left her room as far as you know?
- 561. - What's this?
- We're having a party last night.
- 562. - She drink a lot?
- No, hardly at all!
- 563. Does she have any emotional problems,
anything like that?
- 564. No, not Clare!
- 565. Who is she seeing besides
- 566. - With no one.
- You sure of that?
- 567. So, you're the last one who see her
sometimes this morning?
- 568. - Last night.
- Right, last night.
- 569. Has anyone seen her this morning?
- 570. - No?
- I didn't.
- 571. All the others girls are gone
for the holidays.
- 572. Can I get a list of their phone numbers where I can reach them?
- 573. Sure!
There is one in Mrs. Mac's room.
- 574. - Who is Mrs. Mac?
- She's our house mother.
- 575. - Is there anyone in the house right now?
- Yes, another girl, Barbara Coard.
- 576. She is upstairs asleep.
She is not feeling too well.
- 577. - Is she the one that was at the station today?
- 578. Yeah, well! Let her sleep.
- 579. Were there any deliveries yesterday, or was
anyone working in the house, anything like that?
- 580. No, I don't think so.
Mrs. Mac would know.
- 581. - Is all the sisters number on this list?
- 582. Grah, how is it going?
- 583. Yeah, what I've done is I've tapped
this phone so that when it rings,
- 584. it will rings at the station now, too.
- 585. At the same time, I'll be at the phone company
checking out on the location of the source of the call.
- 586. Are there any other phones
in the house?
- 587. - Yes, the house mother has another one.
- Yeah, but it's on another number,
and nobody is calling.
- 588. You're gonna have to keep this guy on
the line as long as possible.
- 589. We got a mechanical system here and
it takes a while.
- 590. I know it's not very pleasant.
- 591. Uh, girls, can I show you something?
- 592. - See the car outside?
- 593. We got one of our men in it, so you
got nothing to worry about.
- 594. Yeah, sure!
- 595. I'll get to say,
I just know Clare is dead.
I can just feel it.
- 596. Come on now, Phil,
we don't know that.
- 597. Poor Mr. Harrison,
I feel so sorry for him.
- 598. Hey, hey!
- 599. - How's Chris?
- Oh, he's okay, you know Chris.
- 600. I'm sorry, Jess.
- 601. I guess I'm just exhausted.
- 602. I've been taking these pills for my cold
and they knock me out.
- 603. Will you be okay
if I go up to bed?
- 604. Yes, of course.
- 605. - Are you sure?
- Yes, go up and get some rest.
- 606. - Call me if there is any news.
- I will.
- 607. Thanks.
- 608. - Good night.
- Good night.
- 609. Yeah, everything clear on you in jack.
- 610. Okay. Sure! Uh, yeah.
- 611. Now look, I'm gonna need
about 10 more minutes.
- 612. Now be sure you tell those people again,
they got to keep this guy on the line.
- 613. Right.
- 614. So there ain't more attack
in the last two days.
- 615. If we settle, we'll look into that.
Thank you very much.
- 616. Graham's dealing with
- 617. When a phone rings at the house there,
this phone ring too.
- 618. Kind of admitted to that ready move, so we won't take anything off auditorium this time.
- 619. Great, thanks.
- 620. - Lieutenant, someone from Scarborough.
- 621. Anything at 4:05?
- 622. Barb, what's the matter?
- 623. Easy, relax,
you'll be okay.
- 624. It's okay.
- 625. I guess...
I guess... I had a nightmare.
- 626. I dreamed a stranger,
come into my room.
- 627. I guess this is why it
gave me asthma, huh?
- 628. Don't take it too serious,
it's just a kind of dream.
- 629. You should feel a lot better.
- 630. Jess, you go in my room.
- 631. Agnes!
- 632. Agnes, it's me, Billy.
- 633. It's alright, heh! It's all right!
- 634. Pretty Agnes!
- 635. Don't tell what we did,
- 636. Jeas!
- 637. - What's up?
- Jeas, get the children in the car.
- 638. - What's going on?
- Please, just get them into the car!
- 639. - Okay, kids, let's go.
- Come along children, hurry.
- 640. Miss, miss!
- 641. Thank you.
- 642. There was a little girl murdered over
in the park tonight.
- 643. Yes, I heard it.
- 644. Your phone's ringing.
- 645. 44 versus 350, come on.
- 646. - Oh yes, excuse me. Good night.
- Certainly. Good night.
- 647. Testing.
- 648. Bill Graham.
Trace call coming in on Phone 9.
- 649. Hello?
- 650. Hello?
- 651. - No, Billy, no!
- 652. - Today.
- No, Billy!
- 653. - Today!
- No, Billy!
- 654. - Today!
- No way!
- 655. What your mother and I must know, huh?
- 656. You know that?
- 657. Just my caring, no ward, Velum.
- 658. Oh, my God!
- 659. Hello?
- 660. Jess, we didn't get him.
- 661. There wasn't enough time.
You'll have to keep him on the line longer.
- 662. Oh, I see!
- 663. When you said: "Oh, my God,"
did you recognize something?
- 664. No, I just feel like
it's getting to me.
- 665. When he called before, did he used
more than one voice like this?
- 666. Yes, yes, he did.
He used several different voices.
- 667. Jess, I'm gonna ask you, who was the guy that
was just leaving when I arrived in your house?
- 668. - My boyfriend, Peter.
- You have everything fine?
- 669. What a goddamn asshole!
- 670. Jess, I'll have to call you back in a little while.
Are you alright?
- 671. I'll call you back in a little while and
we'll go get him next time.
- 672. - Bernie!
- Call a doctor.
- 673. I don't let no son of a bitch...
- 674. trespass on my land
in the middle of the night!
- 675. - I don't care what kind of uniform he wear!
- What the hell...
- 676. - ... is going on here?
- He fired on a police officer.
- 677. You goddamn right! I'll do it again too!
The bastard was trespassing!
- 678. How do we get an ass for the verge, Sarg.
- 679. Yeah, I' gonna make the son of the bitch
pick everyone of the mother in chief.
- 680. The next time, you're
gonna get the gut of your ass
- 681. Tommy boy!
- 682. If knew that, we can not burst in
the boycott, I swear!
- 683. If you think it was Peter, then why
don't you just tell the police?
- 684. Well, because I'm
not really sure.
- 685. Well, he should be stopped.
Whoever it is, it should be stopped.
- 686. God! I just didn't even have a minute
sleep around here. There has been
so much noise in the house.
- 687. What the hell was all
that yelling about?
- 688. Barb has a asthma.
She's having a nightmare.
- 689. - Is she alright?
- Yes, she's fine. She's sleeping now.
- 690. He repeated almost word for word what
Peter said to me tonight.
- 691. - Could it be just be a coincidence?
- Oh God, Phil, I don't know.
- 692. I was so confused.
- 693. Oh, look Jess, I really don't
think it could be Peter.
- 694. You know I don't like Peter much, but I
don't think he's that sick.
- 695. I don't believe Peter would do this.
He's so gentle most of the time.
- 696. Oh, God!
Phyl, you know I'm really getting scared.
- 697. Look, are you sure that cop is
still out there?
- 698. Yep, he's there.
- 699. Hello?
- 700. Jess?
- 701. Yes?
- 702. I cry a little bit.
- 703. Look, Peter,
- 704. We just straighten things out,
there's nothing to get so upset about.
- 705. - Yeah?
- It's Bill Graham.
You want me to trace that one?
- 706. - Yeah, try and get it.
- 707. Jess, we can't do this.
- 708. Jess, Jess!
- 709. Peter, where are you?
- 710. Please, Jess!
You got all I feel about the baby.
- 711. Don't do this.
- 712. Jess, don't hurt the baby.
- 713. - Stop this, Peter.
- You have a baby...
- 714. God, I know it, do I tell you
just to save the baby.
- 715. Jess, please?
- 716. Hey, please tell me where you are.
- 717. Shit!
- 718. I'm sorry. Yeah, the call
just not long enough.
- 719. Right.
- 720. Yes?
- 721. Jess, Lieutenant Fuller.
You want to tell me what's that all about?
- 722. - You listen to that?
- 723. What did he mean about
killing the baby?
- 724. Jess, it's important that
you tell me.
- 725. I'm pregnant.
I told him I didn't want to have the baby.
- 726. When did you tell him this?
- 727. Today.
- 728. Just today?
- 729. Yes.
- 730. "We can't kill the baby", that's
a strange way of putting it.
- 731. Peter is an artist.
Day night drunk!
- 732. Neurotic, maybe?
- 733. No!
No more than a lot of people.
- 734. Jess, are you telling
me the truth?
- 735. I've got a feeling you are
holding something back from me.
- 736. Now, I don't want it to be Peter.
But if it is, he needs help.
- 737. Do you know what I mean?
- 738. The sooner the better.
- 739. Now look, think back!
- 740. Was Peter with you any of the time since
you got one of these calls?
- 741. Yes.
- 742. Yes, he was here. He was at the
house tonight when the first call came.
- 743. That's right, it couldn't be Peter.
- 744. Phyl, it couldn't be Peter.
He was here.
- 745. He's obviously upset about something.
I'd like to talk to him.
- 746. Can you tell me where
can I reach him?
- 747. Uh, well, he lives at the Baker's House.
- 748. But when he gets like this, he usually goes on to the
recital hall at the Music Conservatory.
- 749. Look Jess, if you get any more calls,
you're gonna have to keep him on the line longer
- 750. You're not giving us enough
time to get a trace.
- 751. I'm trying, you know
it really upsets me.
- 752. - All right, of course. Look, you're doing fine.
I'll talk to you later. - Okay.
- 753. - Thank God.
- I know it couldn't have been Peter.
- 754. Well, what can I tell you?
We covered the entire campus area,
- 755. and working our way towards the lake now.
Where do we go from there?
- 756. Start them out from the south end of town,
have them walk through way to town,
then from house to house.
- 757. Jess, you want one
aspirin or two?
- 758. - Two, please.
- 759. Jess! Jess!
- 760. What are you doing?
- 761. Some kind of
- 762. I'm sorry to scare you, miss,
but we are with the search party.
- 763. What do you want?
- 764. Well, we wondered if you see
anything peculiar tonight.
- 765. Not until you got here.
- 766. Phyl!
- 767. Well, they scared the
shit out of me.
- 768. Sorry, miss, but you do know that there
was a girl killed in the park tonight?
- 769. Yes, we heard.
- 770. We are just helping the police to look
for the killer.
- 771. Well, we don't do anything to help you.
- 772. Our dog died last night, too.
- 773. Awfully! Whoa, whoa, whoa!
- 774. We don't want to bother you at the time
- 775. We were just wondered if you
notice anything suspicious here tonight?
- 776. Oh no, sorry.
- 777. Well, you just keep
your doors and windows locked.
- 778. - And you will be safe. Do you understand?
- Okay, thanks you. We will.
- 779. And remember there might be others
from the search party around.
- 780. So don't be afraid. We'll be around
seeing that you are safe.
- 781. - Well, Thank you.
- And remember to lock those
doors and windows.
- 782. I go to pick the killer!
- 783. Seriously, are you sure all doors and windows
in the whole house are closed?
- 784. Nash!
- 785. Get the dean of
administration on the phone.
- 786. Tell him I want all the records on
the Peter Smythe, a music student.
- 787. And have a car meet me out front.
- 788. Barb? Are you awake?
- 789. Phyl!
- 790. Are you there?
- 791. Phyl!
- 792. - Hello?
- 793. You pig!
- 794. You bad pig!
- 795. You pig!
- 796. You bitch pig!
- 797. No, Billy. Don't.
- 798. - Please?
- You get to hear it!
- 799. Ouch!
Help! Help! Help!
- 800. Billy!
- 801. Billy, get out of here!
- 802. Where's the baby?
- 803. Billy, leave me alone with this!
- 804. - Billy!
- Where's the baby?
- 805. Yeah, you got to tell me!
- 806. Where's the baby?
- 807. Lieutenant!
The guy is on the phone again!
- 808. Come on, deadly sick!
- 809. I know you're in there,
on that baby things.
- 810. You have to be a pig!
- 811. No, please!
- 812. Mommy.
- 813. - Come here!
- 814. What is it?
- 815. - I said!
- 816. Give Mommy, it's the baby.
- 817. Baby is our way, Mommy.
- 818. You have to find out.
- 819. This is Graham.
It's 2140, terminal 55.
- 820. Come a hum, this is sucker...
- 821. You have the skin to wrap the baby in.
- 822. It isn't.
- 823. Lieutenant Fuller?
- 824. Yes, Nash. What is it?
- 825. A phone coming is on the other line, sir.
They say they got a trace on this one.
- 826. Yeah, let's have it.
- 827. He said the calls are coming from
No. 6, Belmont Street.
- 828. For Christ sake, Nash, you got it wrong.
That's where the calls are going into.
- 829. That's where they're
coming from too, sir.
- 830. Oh, shit!
- 831. Jenny.
- 832. Jenny?
- 833. Jenny?
- 834. Hey, Jenny?
- 835. Jenny, where the hell are you?
- 836. Nash!
- 837. Nash!
- 838. Yes, sir.
- 839. Look, I can't get through to Jenny.
I want you to call that girl.
- 840. Nash, be calm.
Don't tell her that the guy is in the house.
- 841. Just tell her to put down the phone and
walk straight out the front door.
- 842. I'll be there in 5 minutes.
- 843. Nash, if you blow this,
I'll kill you.
- 844. Phyl!
- 845. Phyl, where are you?
Please answer me.
- 846. Hello?
- 847. Who is this?
- 848. It's Jess.
- 849. On Miss Bradford,
this is Sargeant Nash.
- 850. Are you the only one
in the house?
- 851. No, Phyl and Barb are upstairs asleep.
- 852. Alright, now I want you to do exactly what I
tell you without asking any question, okay?
- 853. No, no, no, no!
- 854. Now just put the phone back on the hook,
walk through the front door,
and leave the house.
- 855. What's wrong?
- 856. Please, Miss Bradford,
please just do as I tell you.
- 857. Okay. I'll get Phyl and Barb.
- 858. No, no, no!
Don't do that, Jess!
- 859. Jess, the caller is in the house.
The calls are coming from the house.
- 860. Jess!
- 861. Jess, get out!
And don't go upstairs!
- 862. Don't go upstairs, Jess!
- 863. Miss Bradford!
- 864. Miss Bradford?
- 865. Miss Bradford?
- 866. Barb!
- 867. Phyl!
- 868. Please, answer me!
- 869. Phyl, Barb!
Please answer me!
- 870. Please answer me!
- 871. Please!
- 872. Barb?
- 873. Phil?
- 874. Agnes, it's me, Billy!
- 875. Agnes, please don't
tell what we did, Agnes!
- 876. Jess!
- 877. Jess are you alright?
- 878. Jess?
- 879. Jess, were you in there?
- 880. Jess?
- 881. Jess?
- 882. Jess?
- 883. Jess, is that you?
- 884. Jess, are you in there?
- 885. Jess?
- 886. Jess, is that you?
- 887. Jess, it's so unjust to me!
- 888. I thought you've already left?
- 889. Jess, you had me worried.
What are you doing down here?
- 890. Jess.
- 891. I knew it. I knew it in
my gut that it was that kid.
- 892. Why would Peter start
- 893. I don't know.
He must commit a call after...
- 894. after each murder!
- 895. It's hard to believe Jess would
kill anybody but not Peter!
- 896. And she's under.
- 897. How long do you think it would be
before I can talk to her?
- 898. Just a couple of questions.
- 899. Well, she'll be up for at least 4 hours, pretty grabbiest ahead.
- 900. - What time will her parents get here?
- A couple of hours.
- 901. I drive them down from Eglinton.
- 902. I don't say with its all ends.
But the condition that she's in,
- 903. I wouldn't count on talking to her
before tomorrow afternoon if I were you.
- 904. Did anybody help to find
- 905. - Who?
- Phyl's boyfriend.
- 906. It's okay, I will do it.
- 907. Uh, Lieutenant!
I think we got to take these bodies to
the morgue in Lincoln Ville.
- 908. The hospital doesn't have facilities to
handle this many at one time.
- 909. All right, tell the coroner,
they can start the autopsy right away.
- 910. I'll notify the parents
- 911. Yes, sir. Uh, I think
that'll wrap everything up here, sir.
- 912. State labs guys will be here
in about an hour.
- 913. Reporters, sir, and television news guys are
taking up pictures.
- 914. Get them hell out of here.
- 915. - Tell them I am down to the station, could you?
- 916. All right, you guys.
Come one, back off! Back off!
- 917. Yes, the girl's father is upstairs,
but he can't tell you.
- 918. Would you keep it down please,
we got a sick girl in here.
- 919. Come on, get out!
Out of here.
- 920. Come on, come on! Move it!
- 921. He is in shock. Help me get him down stair.
He got to go to hospital.
- 922. You will be alright,
- 923. He's going to be diagnostic.
- 924. Get out everybody in the house!
- 925. Okay get a tight hand here.
- 926. Eventually, give us everything to wrap up!
- 927. - All right, Lieutenant, voulez-vous.
- Hey, Lieutenant.
- 928. Hey you! Out! Out!
- 929. - Go on Lieutenant, as I can.
- 930. Jesus! What's the matter with this guy?
- 931. He's suffering from shock. We have to get him
down to the hospital. Can you get us a car, Nash?
- 932. Yeah, yeah, let's go!
- 933. All right, McArthy,
you have a little time to schedule, all right?
- 934. Agnes!
- 935. It's me, Billy!
- 936. VictorR – 11/01/2013.