The Classic Murder


Journalist Wood Word was typing the thriller news bound for publishing in Chicago Times on his laptop. Here goes the news:

Gruesome Shoot in the Chicago University’s school of Religions

Prof Ioan Couliano: an academician per excellence, a polyglot, a luminary of medieval religions and theology was shot dead with a Berretta in the rest room. The FBI has no clues on the murder. Rumors about the shootout are circling in the air. There are two possibilities about his murder. One was that he was a staunch critic of the Romanian Communist Regime and the secret police there connived in murdering him. Another version is he was a victim of secret societies who were estranged about him, bequeathing their secrets in his opus magnum: Murder and Magic in the renaissance. Mr. Wood Word was happy in completing his assignment and gave a contented sigh. Though he did like Ioan Couliano but he was more loyal to the cult and so he had to shoot him.