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The Rose Mansion is the fiftieth episode of the anime.

Plot

Inspector Lunge visits Jan Suk in the hospital and talks with him about the murders he has been accused of and the attack he suffered, then advises him to start doubting of the person he would doubt the least, hinting that Johan acting as Anna Liebert might be responsible for all this.

Lunge gets an interview with Karel Ranke. Lunge tells Ranke that he is in Prague searching for the existence of true terror. Lunge points that Ranke may have created an incarnation of the devil himself. They talk about Franz Bonaparta and The Red Rose Mansion. Ranke tells that, one day, all the political prisoners and researches held at the mansion vanished. Lunge asks Ranke for permission to tear down one of the walls of the mansion that might be hiding something. Ranke accepts but warns Lunge.

Tenma visits Mr. Sovák, a former publisher from Bonaparta when he went by the pen name Klaus Poppe. Sovák tells that Bonaparta was a psychologist and a medical doctor. Sovák remembers that the las time he saw Bonaparta was in 1981 or 1982, when Bonaparta came with a new story: a story about a monster falling in love. Once Tenma leaves, Sovák calls the police after seeing Tenma's picture in the newspaper.

In the mansion, Lunge breaks the wall and finds a door behind it. Lunge notices that the room reeks of antiseptics, suspecting that many people had died in the room. There is a portrait of a blonde woman hanging from the wall, Lunge infers that it is the mother of the twins from the sketchbook.

Grimmer tells Tenma that he plans to send a letter to the police blaming himself for Petrov's and Zeman's murders and then they part ways. Soon after, the police arrives and arrests Tenma.

Characters

Quotes

  • Heinrich Lunge: "If you don't want to be betrayed anymore, then start doubting the person you want to doubt the least."
Episodes of Monster
1. Herr Dr. Tenma • 2. Downfall • 3. A Murder • 4. Night of the Execution • 5. The Girl from Heidelberg
6. Disappearance Report • 7. Mansion of Tragedy • 8. The Fugitive • 9. The Girl and the Seasoned Soldier
10. An Erased Past • 11. Kinderheim 511 • 12. Modest Experiment • 13. Petra and Schumann • 14. Left Behind
15. Be My Baby • 16. Wolf's Confession • 17. Reunion • 18. Five Sugars • 19. Monster's Abyss • 20. Journey to Freiham
21. Happy Holidays • 22. Lunge's Trap • 23. Eva's Confession • 24. Of Men and Dining 25. Thursday's Boy
26. The Secret Woods • 27. Proof • 28. Just One Case • 29. Execution • 30. Decision • 31. In Broad Daylight
32. Sanctuary • 33. A Child's View • 34. At the Edge of Darkness • 35. My Nameless Hero • 36. The Monster of Chaos
37. A Nameless Monster • 38. The Demon in My Eyes • 39. The Hell in His Eyes • 40. Grimmer • 41. The Ghost of 511
42. The Adventures of the Magnificent Steiner • 43. Detective Suk • 44. Double Darkness • 45. The Monster's Afterimage
46. Contact • 47. The Door to Nightmares • 48. The Scariest Thing • 49. The Cruelest Thing • 50. The Rose Mansion
51. The Monster's Love Letter • 52. The Lawyer • 53. Determination • 54. The Escape • 55. Room 402
56. The Never-Ending Journey • 57. That Night • 58. I Hate This Job • 59. The Man Who Saw the Devil
60. The Man Who Knew Too Much • 61. The Door to Memories • 62. A Pleasant Dinner Table • 63. Unrelated Murders
64. The Baby's Depression • 65. Johan's Footprints • 66. Welcome Home • 67. I'm Back • 68. Ruhenheim
69. The Peaceful House • 70. The Town Massacre • 71. The Wrath of the Magnificent Steiner • 72. A Nameless Man
73. The Landscape of the End • 74. The Real Monster
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