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A bunch of free tickets to the amusement park: you’re not sure if you should feel lucky or doomed.
The amusement park was on the edge of town, right next to the woods. Half the attractions were posted OUT OF ORDER and the other half should have been. You remember coming here as a kid, and you remember it closing after a little girl disappeared. All they ever found was one red ribbon in the woods. The park reopened a few years later but it might as well have stayed shut. Hardly anybody went there anymore.
This would be a high-profile case. Not only was the deceased a man of great wealth and fame, but a disturbing note was found. Bottom line: if you don’t solve this case, blood will be on your hands.
The room reeked of power. Just about every object in the room is worth more than you earn in a year. The man lying on the floor in front of you is the same man on the painting behind the desk.
Theodore Jones was the son of William Jones and the heir to the Jones’ fortune. Jones & Jones was one of the largest steel companies of Great Britain. They were wealthy beyond words and they flaunted that they were personal friends of Queen Victoria. What they earned in money, though, they lacked in kindness. You instruct your team to search for clues throughout the room and leave no stone unturned. The clues could be in the strangest places and all the details could be of the utmost importance. The last thing you want is a big headline in The Daily Gazette claiming the police’s incompetence and to have a dangerous criminal on a killing spree. The murder must be solved at once! Open this envelope now and check if all the contents are present.