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Myrna inherited $280,000 or $2,062,371.58 in 2007 dollars. Only $40,000 ($294,624.51) is left. Beckmeyer had $210,000 ($1,546,778.69) in his trailer. The police had the $17,000 ($125,215.42) that Norge had turned over. Let’s see: 210,000 + 40,000 + 17,000 is 267,000. So there’s been a net loss of 13,000 ($95,752.97). Besides being a crook and a skunk, Ed Davenport seems to have been a pretty lousy businessman, too. Submitted by billp, 12/27/2008.

On E. Davenport’s real estate business’ “For Sale” sign we see: 8 room, 2 bath, 60' x 150' (lot), $35,000; 4 family flat, 8 (car) garage, built 1948, $30,500; and Tri-plex, $27,500. In 2007 dollars these properties would be worth $257,796.45, $224,651.19, and $202,554.35 respectively. I don’t know what California properties run now, but I’m getting the distinct impression housing was a lot more affordable in California back then than now—if these 1957 prices were realistic. Submitted by billp, 12/27/2008.
+"Vista Motel Rates $3.50 up Kitchens" was the price at the "Motor Court." Mike Bedard 4.2.15

I enjoyed watching Della hang the picture. I think Paul did too. Submitted by DellaFan, 3/24/2014.

On the stand, Dr. Hoxie stated that Davenport had a blood alcohol level of 0.15% and there slightly inebriated. Today, 0.08% is considered inebriated so more than slightly and for an average man would be 4 drinks. This means Davenport had about 8 drinks and then he had breakfast. So did he drink alcohol for breakfast? Submitted by Perry Baby 10/28/14
+ "Well I woke up this morning and I got myself a beer" or was it a mimosa or tequila sunrise. 7-8 of them to go along with those bacon and eggs!!! Either that or he was still hung over or drunk from the night before and needed something greasy.... Submitted by HamBurger, 7/30/2017

I'm watching this one on MeTV and there is some sort of an "echo" at times throughout the show during various character's lines. It was surprising (and disappointing) to hear. I hope it was on their end and not the show's media itself deteriorating. Submitted by mesave31, 04/02/15.

Lt. Tragg too busy for Perry while filing his nails. Classic!!! Submitted by HamBurger, 7/30/2017

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Why did Ed Davenport create such an elaborate ruse instead of just disappearing? Did he really believe he could frame his wife if there was no body to autopsy? And didn't it strike anyone as odd that a man who claimed that his hated wife, a woman he wanted to be rid of, was trying to poison him never went to the police? Also unresolved was Rita Norge's complicity in the scheme. Submitted by 65tosspowertrap, 3/20/14.

I thought it was a stretch that Davenport found the doctor in advance and then when faking the poison attempt the front desk was called and the front desk recommended Dr. Renault. I guess the front desk thought he was a real doctor too. Submitted by Perry Baby 10/28/14.
+"Quack," deriving from early Dutch, comes from "Quack" + "Salve" [Webster's Unabr. Dict.]. Mike Bedard 4.2.15