Henri Monplaisir was the killer of ballet choreographer Marta Ulanova in The Swan Song (Case #50 of Mysteries of the Past).


Henri is a 40-year-old artistic director. He has shoulder length blond hair. He dons a red coat lined with white feathers over a green waistcoat with yellow designs and a white shirt with a purple tie with a silver brooch. Additionally, he is seen holding a cigarette. It is known that Henri drinks Dancing Queens, knows The Nutcracker and eats charcoal.

Height 5’5”
Age 40
Weight 135 lbs
Eyes blue
Blood A+

Events of Criminal Case

Henri became a suspect after Isaac and the player found an advertisement board for his production of Swan Lake. He expressed his devastation and said that the victim was the light that kept the theater shining. When Isaac asked him who might have wanted to hurt her, he said that she was a legend and that he had waited his entire life to work with her, only to have her die.

Henri was spoken to again about a series of documents that detailed that his production was headed for failure. After he finished his beauty regime, he explained that the entire production was falling apart because of the victim and her costly decisions. He said that she was insupportable and was making him bleed money.

In the end, Henri was proven to be Marta's killer. After initially denying involvement, Henri confessed to the murder. He said that Marta had changed the artistic vision he had for the production of Swan Lake, like the ballerinas' outfits during the entrance. Enraged upon watching the premiere, he bashed her head to death with a stained glass lamp. Judge Takakura then sentenced him to 25 years in prison.

Case appearances



  1. 1.0 1.1 Referring to the Mysteries of the Past era.


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