A case from 35 years earlier is reviewed. The remains of a lady, missing head and hands, is found, and an investigation begins. Blood stained sheets, a laundry mark, and an address is turned up. The heavily French accented landlady manages to send the Scotland Yard inspectors to a boyfriend who is a butcher. Pierre seems to have several girlfriends,, and runs his shop out of his house. Holy cow, that can’t be sanitary.
A stakeout on his place alerts the inspectors that Pierre is home. Samples of blood are taken, but presumed to be animal blood. Without a warrant, the cops have to return later for more questioning. The only thing clean in the blood soaked living area, and butcher shop is the knives. What else will the cops find among the buckets of rotted animal parts? A woman’s earring may turn the case around
When the cellar is to be investigated, Pierre begins to confess his part in the murder. He claims he didn’t kill her. Despite the heavy French accents, it becomes clear, that arrests will be made. In voiceover, the inspectors describe the bloody events of the murder, as well as the end for our killers.