In Cold Blood

Three? Four?
I can't remember.
Do you remember what day it was?
Yeah, I remember now.
We got to Fort Scott about 4:00 p.m.
-We went right to the post office.

To find out where Perry's sister lived.
The guy at the post office said she moved.
Left no address and left no money, either.
-Must've been quite a blow.
-It was a haymaker.

What did you do then?
Drove back to K.C., went prowling.
Any luck?
Not much.
We ended up with a couple of hustlers.

I never asked.
You spent the night with these women
and you didn't ask their names?

They were just prostitutes.
Where'd you take them?
I don't remember junk like that.
You'll have to ask Dick.

What did these girls look like?
Describe them.
Blonde? Dark? Big? Little?
Any scars?
Moles? Marks?
Would you like the sordid details?
Is that how you get your kicks?
She had to be a contortionist.
I guess you know why we're really here?
You know we wouldn't have come this far
just to arrest two-bit check chiselers.

Would we, Dick?
-I wasn't listening.
-Are you listening now?

Did you ever hear
of the Clutter murder case?

Can't nobody pin any murder on me.
No, sir.

-The question was: Did you hear about it?
-Read something about it, maybe.

You made three mistakes.
Number one: You left a witness.
A living witness, who'll testify in court.
There ain't any living witness. Can't be.
Nobody can pin any murder on me.