Title: A Hidden Conspiracy: The Disappearance of Two Handmaids and the Mystery of the Female Corpse
Introduction: In the 27th year of Guangxu in the Qing Dynasty, a man was fishing on the Yalu River when he found two human fingers in the belly of a yellow eel. The discovery led to a series of uncovered cases involving two missing handmaids and a female corpse. The article will reveal the truth and restore the entire course of the conspiracy.
In the 27th year of Guangxu (1901), Liu Yu came to the county of Andong County, Liaoning Province, to report that his mother Deng encountered robbers on her way to Guangning Temple to put on incense, and the whereabouts of the two accompanying maids were unknown. Faced with this clue, County Taiye Lu County Ling immediately organized personnel to investigate at the scene, but did not find an effective clue. However, when Lu County Ling received reports from Baochang Wang Qingjiang and Ma Wanxi, who found his fingers, the case took a turn.
Ma Wanxi found two fingers in the yellow eel's belly while fishing in the Yalu River, and then brought them to Wang Qingjiang and Lu County Ling. The experience of the two fingers showed that it was female, which made Lu Xianling suspect that this may be related to the two missing maids. Lu ordered the salvage team to search the river, and found two female corpses at the scene, missing ring finger and little finger on her right hand. The corpse and fingers are in the same river, which is amazing.
Next, Lu Xianling summoned Deng, Wang Ji, Chen Meng and others to testify in the public court. Deng first came to the public hall and described the situation on the day of the incident. Looking back at the experience of Guangning Temple, Deng talked about being abducted, but no suspicious clues were found in Qianyang Town, where the crime occurred. Meanwhile, two servants, Wang Ji and Chen Meng, claim to have failed to pay attention to the robbers' characteristics in an emergency. Lu County Ling understands that with these testimonies, it is difficult to find the truth of the case.
Although Lu County was helpless, a sudden local report gave him new clues. An old man, Tian Laohan, suspected the cause of his daughter Furong's death and brought Lu Wu, a nearby villager, to report the case in front of Lu County Ling. Lu Wu confessed to killing his wife and said he had witnessed two incidents of corpse throwing. He described the scene when the woman's body was found, and what he saw the murderer look like. This testimony made Lu Xianling have new doubts about Deng and others.
After some investigation, Lu County Ling finally uncovered this hidden conspiracy. It turned out that Deng secretly had an ambiguous relationship with his servants Wang Ji and Chen Meng. After the two maids broke their secret, in order to protect their evil deeds from being revealed, Deng and Wang Ji and Chen Meng murdered the two maids, threw the bodies into the river, and then threw two fingers into the yellow eel's belly to cover up the fact. This also explains the strange phenomenon of the body missing and the fingers appearing in the belly of the yellow eel.
After a series of trials, Deng, Wang Ji and Chen Meng were finally sentenced to death. Lu Wu was given a light sentence for providing important clues. In memory of the two women who lost their lives, yellow eels were buried by the river and erected in a memorial monument.
This serial case was finally revealed, the murderers involved in the case were duly punished, and the identities of the two missing maids and female corpses were finally revealed. This astonishing conspiracy makes people realize that the ugliness of human nature is sometimes hidden in the most incredible places.