Constance Caraway P.I. Episode 2
…We are research scientists with previous ties to the MANHATTAN PROJECT and I suspect some sort of foul play…
Jimmy K. calls her by the shorter version of her name, the name she blames her mother for. It is told that Mom had morning sickness for much of the eight months she carried her baby; constantly ill, hence Constance. Mrs. Caraway insists that she is named after a great-aunt from her father’s side. A side trip to the National Archives, while doing some research on another case in Washington D.C., helped Constance disprove that bogus tale. Do not try to sneak something past her; you can’t hide from the prying eyes of a P.I.
W E S T E R N UNION
NEWCOME CARLYON – PRESIDENT J.C. WILLEVER – FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT
RECEIVED AT MAIN OFFICE 221-23 MONROE STREET- ALWAYS OPEN
To: CONSTANCE CARAWAY INVESTIGATION TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA
24 December 1950
I am contacting you because of your previous work at Argonne National Laboratory DuPage County Illinois.
We are research scientists with previous ties to the MANHATTAN PROJECT and I suspect some sort of foul play.
Please meet me at 6137 South Kimbark near the university campus a.s.a.p. Please call me at UOC-495-2101 between 12 PM and 4 PM to confirm.
MARTIN DAVID KAMEN
Just as she re-reads the tantalizing-ly titillating telegram for the 10th time, her roomy Fanny Renwick, after being out for the morning, walking tall and proud after being out for the morning returns with her not-so-subtle Polaroid & its “electric eye” hanging from her neck and 5 crisp $100 bills (+ a fiver for interest) in her hot little hands.