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An exciting forensic science / detective themed non-murder all female or co-ed mystery party for 8-14 teens (10F, 4M), ages 13 to 19! There is a corresponding website for this mystery party at FionaFrost.com. Not only is this game a blast, but it can be used as an educational tool as well! Both the website and the game have awesome forensic science concepts broken down into an easy to understand level!
Fiona Frost is a senior at Godley Grove High School. Due to her natural talents for investigation and science, she founded the Godley Grove High School Forensic Science Club last year. It has since grown into a serious investigative group that even the Godley Grove Police Department depends upon for assistance! All criminal activities that take place in Godley Grove High School and even some crimes that take place in the city of Godley Grove are thoroughly investigated by Fiona’s Forensic Science Club in their federally-funded forensic lab at Godley Grove High School! Godley Grove was buzzing about a recent treasure map that was discovered in Arles Cave by a Hartford University research team. The researchers were currently working to analyze the map to determine the exact location of the possible treasures that seemed to point directly underneath the historical Godley Grove Manor. Until they finished their analysis, the map was being displayed in the Grand Foyer of the Godley Grove Manor so the excited citizens of Godley Grove could view the map. Fiona received a panicked call from the Godley Grove police department that the map was stolen right out of the display case and there was disturbing evidence that tied someone at Godley Grove High School to the crime! As always, Fiona's Forensic Science Club agreed to assist the Godley Grove Police Department in the investigation! The group met at the Godley Grove Manor and started sleuthing the crime including evidence found at the scene such as fingerprints, an intriguing hair, a mysterious shoe print and other pieces of evidence and facts about the crime. The group was shocked to uncover a coded message during their investigation. The club rallied together to find the decoders for the message and then they decoded the message as quickly as possible. Once everybody gathered enough information, they took their time filtering through the evidence and then each submitted their best guess of whodunit. One by one, each guest accused who they believed was the thief before each club member came clean with their involvement with the crime, if any, and then the thief confessed! The group quickly searched for the treasure map in a fun scavenger hunt around the Godley Grove Manor! The Godley Grove Police Department was in further debt to Fiona Frost and her club and the next morning, there was yet another awesome news article published about the junior crime sleuths!
|Minimum age:||12 years|
|# of players:||8-14 players|
|Expansion pack:||8 players|
|Gender of players:||Co-ed or All Female (with required players)|