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The Voynich Manuscript Mystery

The Voynich Manuscript was purchased in 1912 from the Order of Jesuits living at the Villa Mondrogone, who were discreetly selling some of their holdings in order to bolster their impoverished coffers, by a man named Wilifrid Voynich . Though Polish by birth, he was a British citizen living in London. He acquired the book at the Villa Mondragone, whichRead More

The Mystery of the Somerton Man

It’s December 1st, 1948 in Southern Australia and one of the world’s strangest unsolved mysteries has taken place. At 6.30 a.m. the body of an unidentified man, now known as the Somerton Man, is found. I’ll save you the details of his death because, frankly, that’s the least interesting part of this case. The initial crime, a man found deadRead More

Seasonal Shows To DIE For….

Greetings Detective! The holidays are fast approaching, and now is the time to start plotting, er, we mean planning, the perfect holiday party! Every year the parties come, eggnog flows, platters laden with cookies are left with only crumbles, and carols drift through the air. Same party, different dress. Sure it’s fun, but why not try a whole new wayRead More

Give The Gift of Murder This Holiday Season!

We’ve reached the time of year when everyone starts tearing at their hair trying to figure out what to get their parents, coworkers, in laws, significant others, really just anyone, for the holidays. Everyone is seeking a gift that is thoughtful, unique, and exciting, but doesn’t everything seem like it’s already been done? Worry not, dear holiday shopper, we’ve gotRead More

The Eilean Mor Lighthouse Mystery

The strange case of the Island of Eilean Mor begins in 1895, with the construction of a lighthouse on the biggest of the Flannan Isles, just off the west coast of Scotland. An inauspicious start, but then again, most mysteries begin that way, right? Created to be a beacon to those lost at sea, the lighthouse ended up losing threeRead More

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