Where the Truth Lies

- Enjoy.
- Looks great.

"Sally said, 'I'll have them send you
up your own shipment of lobsters.

You like lobster?"'
We said we did
because we really did.

You shouldn't have done that,
Stanley. I don't eat lobster.

Were there any signs of violence
on her body?

No, no. There were some
small scratches on the torso.

Why did my daughter die?
Did she kill herself?

What had they done to her
that would make her do that?

What had they done?
Once upon a time...
... when terrible things
happened to people...

... they were left as a mystery.
Even the tabloids kept a distance.
Some things were allowed
to be left just the way they were.

Any trouble with the directions
I gave you?

- Only the parts where I had to turn.
- Sorry.

It's the price of seclusion.
You haven't switched over
to cassette?

- Actually, it's my dad's.
- And what does he do?

He was a journalist too.
He did a big story on you once.
Followed a little girl who had polio.
You took her under your wing...
...and now she's interviewing you.