On the eve of his execution for the murder of his wife, a condemned man tells how the murder occurred. He expresses little remorse, denies responsibility, and blames the murder on an extraordinary sequence of events beyond his control or even understanding. He claims that, debilitated by alcoholism and driven by an uncontrollable urge, he merely killed his cat; that an apparition of this cat then miraculously appeared on his bedroom wall, tormenting him further; that subsequently a second cat, virtually identical to the first, magically appeared and came to live with him, gradually driving him to frenzy; finally, in attempting to kill this second cat he accidentally killed his wife.
Obviously the man is lying.
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