November 23rd, 2009

places to commit a murder in New York City

You are in modern-day Brooklyn (Park Slope). It's 10 PM in February, and you have an unsuspecting passenger in your car that you need to kill. You have a handgun, and you decide to drive somewhere secluded, tell them to get out of the car, and shoot them. (The passenger thinks the two of you are meeting someone and won't be surprised that it's a secluded place.)

You know the city pretty well, so you drive somewhere secluded (but ideally not too far away) where you feel fairly secure that you can fire a gun and not be seen or heard.

Where do you go? I assume there are probably warehouses related to shipping that would be deserted at night (maybe around the Brooklyn Navy Yard??) but I am pretty ignorant about this sort of thing and certainly don't know where the most isolated place would be.

Searches: tried vague googling of "Brooklyn warehouses," "Manhattan warehouses," but I'm not really sure how to search for this.

Thanks!

1923 autospy?

Same situation as this post



Would she have been autopsied? If not, is there some other way that her daughter would learn what she actually died from?

Also, would she likely have had additional symptoms that would have made them doubt the doctor's initial diagnosis and call him back in, before she died, or just things that could be dismissed as a minor stomach bug?

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