A slogan that was popular through the war, Kilroy was here, is the connection to a murder. Orson wells introduces us to a few exhibits, but lands on the scribble notes, hinting at a possible supernatural connection. The drama begins in the police office, and the report of a wealthy and well known man of the area. Mabel, a female nightclub singer found the body, and the cops check out more clues from the crime scene. what does Mr King know? Is there any friends or acquaintences who might want Mr Dolton dead?
Orson offers dramatic voiceover as the mundane and routine procedure plods forward. will any definitive reports come in?
A total of three murders are involved, and each time the slogan, Kilroy was here, is found at the scene. Speed becomes of the essence, and the investigation escalates. A connection between the blustering bully of a butcher is made to lawyer, Larry King, and the heat is on. A confession is forthcoming, but can it be trusted? Are all the facts in? Is there something being overlooked? Let’s just say that Kilroy is more than just a slogan.