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The Town Crier

J O A Q U I N S O R R E T A I I I A P U B L I S H I N G C O M P A N Y

I M M O L AT E D !
CORPSE OF THE MISSING FORTUNATO FINALLY FOUND IN THE CATACOMBS! NOVEMBER 13, 1846

Crime went undetected for half a century. Reason of death still remains unknown.
Only yesterday had the corpse of the missing Fortunato been uncovered. His body was found wearing a jesters motley while chained to the wall within a brick-sealed niche in the hidden catacombs within the Montresor familys wine cellar. He died of asphyxia, the lack of oxygen. He was last sighted in the evening, the climax, of the so called carnival season. It was claimed that he followed Montresor to the Montresor family vaults, which afterwards, he was no longer seen again. There were no witnesses to his death, and no concrete evidence to determine who the true culprit is.

The Montresor family catacombs, location of Fortunatos body. He was no longer seen after he had left the carnival, and people started suspecting that Montresor was the culprit. But since his mansion was indeed Fortunatofree along with his wine cellar and the catacombs that lay within it, theres no concrete evidence to say that he was the culprit. Further investigation would state that Fortunato and Montresor did not have a bad history, which shows that Montresor would indeed have no reason to kill Fortunato. Luchesi, one of Fortunatos rivals in wine connoisseurship, claims to have not killed Fortunato. He claims he last saw him in a convent weeks before the carnival season, which afterwards he left the country to ironically look for some Amontillado himself. more--- see Immolated page A2

Wine be demise?
Fellow socialites had said that Fortunato followed Montresor into the Montresor family vaults, where he would confirm whether Montresor had indeed acquired a cask of true Amontillado, which wine connoisseurs say is comparable to ambrosia, (the drink of the gods), which also gives it its reputation of being quite rare.

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