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Margherita Morello was the killer of her ex-boyfriend, taxicab driver Thomas Boyd, in Bridge over Troubled Water (Case #31 of Mysteries of the Past).

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Margherita is a 28-year-old Italian lady. She has short curly blonde hair and wears a pale brown floppy hat. She dons a pale brown dress and a green pinstriped scarf. She also sports crimson lipstick and a gold necklace. It is known that Margherita reads Pistols & Petticoats, has been to prison and uses chloral hydrate.

Height 5'6"
Age 28
Weight 170 lbs
Eyes brown
Blood AB+

Events of Criminal Case

Margherita became a suspect after the player and Maddie learnt from Constable Ramirez that the victim committed a lot of driving offenses outside of her residence. Margherita revealed that she was a happy client of Thomas's, and that he drove her to many of her appointments. She claimed that she felt safe with him around. After learning that Thomas had been killed, she was confused as to why someone would want to kill a man like him, and rushed to reschedule her next appointments.

Margherita was spoken to again about a photo of her and Thomas on a joyful excursion. She revealed that they were in love, but that they had to hide their romance due to the Irish-Italian conflict. Even so, she claimed that their love was strong, yet doomed.

In the end, Margherita was revealed to be Thomas's killer. After denying involvement, Margherita admitted to the crime. She called herself a fool for believing in their forbidden romance, as Thomas was too afraid to show public affection towards her. However, the final straw was Thomas dumping her after learning that she was part of the Italian gang, leading her to fight Thomas, hoist him up by his feet, and gutting him like a pig. In Court, she confessed that Butcher Betty had helped her hide the body. Judge Lawson sentenced her to 25 years in jail.

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Notes

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

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