A typical raincoat is presented by Orson Wells as the object of focus in the Black Museum. How is it connected to murder?
When friends get worried, they go to check on Martha. Her bloody body is found wrapped in a raincoat. Now it’s up to Scotland Yard to investigate to learn who might have done such a brutal deed.
What was the motive? Robbery, some kind of personal conflict, love, jealousy, or something else?
Martha’s husband John is arrested, but do the cops have the right man?
Will the raincoat be strong enoug evidence to overcome John’s airtight alibi? Courtroom drama ensues as the clues are examined. With the amount of blood, is it possible for the killer to escape without tracking through it, or ending up covered with it? The case is an ellusive one. Will there be a small bit of evidence, or personal testimony that might crack the case wide open?
Will guilt be found, or not? It’s in the hands of the jury.