Attention all Sleuths
We are excited to present our first online interactive Murder
Mystery. Now you can solve a crime online and be entered to win
Season Tickets, Poison Ivy Merchandise and have your name
acknowledged as a crime solving expert in our Finale.
You are the Junior Partner and must help assist Detective Ivy
Murphy in solving the death of Brad Milton, owner of Milton's Fun
Park. He's been brutally murdered at the Fun Park and you must
question the suspects and examine the evidence to solve the crime.
Using the unique YouTube interface of annotations, you will be able
to navigate through the questions and be able to come to your own
conclusions about what and who did poor Mr. Milton in.
When you come to the end of the investigation, you will be directed
to Headquarters where you must fill out the police report. At the
end of March, you will receive an email inviting you to watch the
Finale and discover if you were savvy enough to solve the crime!
Make sure you subscribe to our channel and click the thumbs up like
Click the link below to be directed to the first scene on YouTube
and Have a Killer Good Time!
That’s right… a Muppet, by the name of Kermit the Frog. When he says things in movies or on his show or random interviews, I can almost hear myself saying the same things and I certainly can identify with how he feels. His desire to put on a good show, having done all that he can do, and hoping against all hope that it will turn out. His love for those that he works with and the insurmountable obstacles that he has to face. His trust that things will work out and his ability to not kill people… (wait, did I say that last one out loud).
Kermit and I go way back… we had the Muppet Movie on a VHS tape that my mom had recorded off the TV. I watched it over and over and over, always wondering how a frog from a swamp even dared to dream that he could become a star. “… the lovers, the dreamers and me…” Because what was Kermit, a lover? Or a dreamer? ... nope, just a frog. He wasn’t even in the right place to dream. I always found that rang true for me…