Aunt Agatha dies, and her will is quite strange - it states that whoever is the last beneficiary alive will get her fortune. Can the heirs kill each other before the arrival of a detective from the local police department, or will the detective arrive and arrest the heirs?
Aunt Agatha: The dowager heiress whose fortune everyone is competing for.
The Detective: A detective at the local police department trying to get to the mansion to arrange Agatha's plans.
Poopsie: Agatha's beloved but sadistic Persian cat, who will become one of the world's richest pets if she inherits.
Beauregard III: Agatha's flirtatious lover, who has made a trade of swindling recently widowed women, Aunt Agatha being his greatest conquest.
Smothers: the butler who served Agatha's family for over thirty years, who seeks to retire in style, cruising the world and having people wait on him for a change.
Dusty: the conniving and seductive maid, who would use the money to be a glamour model and be dripping in jewelry.
Charity: Agatha's personal physician who only makes ‘mansion’ calls, seeking to use the money to open her own exclusive practice.
Lulu: Agatha's gossip of a best friend (in 1313 Dead End Drive she is described as Agatha's sister), who seeks to start a supermarket gossip tabloid called Dishing the Dirt.
Parker: the chauffeur, who would use the money to race in the Indianapolis 500.
Clay: Agatha's tennis coach, an also-ran tennis star who sees the money as a chance to repay old debts and retire nicely.
Spritzy: Agatha's favorite hair stylist, who seeks to finance her own exquisite hair salon to the stars.
Pierre: the inept chef, who seeks to finance his own TV show, Cooking for Profit.
Madame Astra: Agatha's personal fortune-teller, who believes her years of service will finally pay off in getting the money.
Hickory: the mansion's gardener, who would use the money to fulfill his dream of starting a theme park based on killer plants.
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