A dead body washes ashore with only his head, hands, and feet exposed while the rest of his swollen body is encased in a coffin. The dead body belongs to a divorce lawyer with many people who did not like him, and an estranged wife.
Did You Know?
"Within the infant rind of this small flower, "poison hath residence and medicine power" (Romeo and Juliet, Act 2, Scene 3 by William Shakespeare
). The quote signifies "Duality. This flower can both kill and cure. In life, we have good and evil, love and hate, passing and failing. Things that seem like polar opposites, but are, in fact, two sides of the same coin." See more
Dylan discredits the victim's wife as a suspect because she couldn't physically "put one canoe on top of another.....". The victim was affixed between two dinghies, or small row boats, which are distinctly different from canoes. Not an error the exactingly precise Dylan would make. See more