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Good job. The coupon for free entry to the Botanical Gardens was given free in the newspaper on the day Duncan died, therefore, the message on the back must have been written on it that day. The message is not in Duncan’s handwriting (which is seen in his signature on his passport) and there is a fingerprint on the back of the coupon which is not Duncan’s.