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Mystery Crime Scene

There have been many crimes committed that have remained a mystery.  Why? Poor crime scene investigation?  Crooked cops? Crooked politics?  Lack of evidence?

In 1987, in an effort to help solve some of these mystery crimes, the Unsolved Mysteries television show made its debut. The show was hosted by Robert Stack and was one of television's first interactive crime scene series.  The series profiled fugitives and viewers could call in with tips to help law enforcement officials capture the fugitives. The show helped solve over 300 cases.

Since the Age of Reason humans have sought the pleasure of thrills and adventure in reading tales of mystery and crime.

Why Do We Seek Pleasure
in Being Frightened?

Possibly it is because, unlike our prehistoric ancestors, we no longer have to kill to survive. The survival instinct is still there, but because of our protective society, it has become somewhat neutralized which has lead to boredom.

Cavemen
So, we law abiding, modern humans seek out adventure and thrills in other ways. Some of the more adventurous take up sky-diving, hang-gliding, or bungee-jumping. We less physical types read books on true crime and murder mysteries; watch popular television shows such as Crime Scene Investigation, Law and Order, The Closer, Monk, Castle and NCIS (my absolute favorite); play mystery crime scene and murder mystery games; give murder mystery dinners and parties or go on a murder mystery weekend trip or cruise.

What thrills and
adventures are
you seeking?

True Crime - Read, Look, Listen....true crime stories, with case background, written by some of the bestselling true crime authors, such as Truman Capote, Vincent Bugliosi, Jack Olsen, Ann Rule, John Grisham. Available in paperback, hardback, downloadable e-books, audio books some free, listen before you buy, and true crime books that have been made into movies or television shows.

Classic Mystery Crime - Read, Look, Listen....classic mystery crime stories, with author background, written by some of the bestselling mystery crime authors, such as Agatha Christie, Arthur Conan Doyle, Erle Stanley Gardner, Mickey Spillane, Rex Stout. Available in paperback, hardback, downloadable e-books, audio books some free listen before you buy, and classic mystery crime books that have been made into movies or television shows.

Popular Mystery Crime - Read, Look, Listen .... popular mystery crime stories with author background written by some of the bestselling authors such as John Grisham, James Patterson, Stephen King, Dan Brown, J. K. Rowling, Tom Clancy, Patricia Cornwell, Dean Koontz, Mary Higgins Clark, David Baldacci. Available in paperback, hardback, downloadable e-books, audio books some free, listen before you buy, and classic mystery crime books that have been made into movies or television shows.

Best Selling Mystery Crime Fiction from 1800 to 2019 - Mystery crime fiction began to be considered as a serious genre only around 1900. However, best known are the earlier dark works of Edgar Allan Poe and Wilkie Colling in the 1800s. The Sherlock Holmes mysteries of Arthur Conan Doyle are said to have been singularly responsible for the huge popularity in this genre. Find them all here including name of author, title of novel and brief synopsis.

Murder Mystery E-Books - Read Now....Can't wait to receive the hardcopy of your next thriller? Download it today!

Mystery Crime TV Shows & Movies - Look, Listen ....So what's your poison? Crime? Mystery? Thriller? Horror? Sci-Fi? All available on DVD, rental or Video-On-Demand.

Mystery Crime Games - Video games aren't just for the stereotyped lazy teenage boy with poor posture, dressed in dirty wrinkled clothes, slouching on a couch, surrounded by his favorite snack crumbs and a nagging mother or father in the background.

The average video gamer in North America is 33 years old and 24.2 per cent are over the age of 50.  Video games are not just a way to pass the time; they are a source of pride and motivation to master the game. Video games help develop strategic thinking skills, hand-eye coordination, build self-esteem, and peer bonding.

Casual gaming - playing video games for short periods of time and without much investment - has been getting a lot more popular lately. But which casual games are best? One popular recent arrival has been the mystery or hidden object game. A type of adventure game, these games involve finding a list of items in a complicated scene. It's part scavenger hunt, part Where's Waldo.

Check out these rated M (mature) and T (Teen) video mystery crime games for Xbox, Playstation, Playstation Portable, GameCube, GameBoy, WII, and more. Rent a video game, download a game to your PC/Mac or tell the world that you are a gamer with a funky funny T-shirt.

Murder Mystery Parties, Etc. - Looking for a thrilling evening or weekend of deceit, treachery and murder? Need ideas for murder mystery games or dinner parties? Where is the nearest murder mystery dinner theater?  How about a murder mystery weekend or cruise? Find it here and more!

Mystery Crime Art - The Good, The Bad, The Ugly - What are you looking for? Old vintage wanted posters or having some fun making your own wanted poster and downloading it? Prison art? Makes you wonder why these people are in prison. Dark art for the demented or very highly imaginative individual? The great artistry of super villain and superhero comic books artists? Or body art...tattoos and piercing.... and what you need to know before you take the plunge. Find it here!

Crime Scene Careers - So you are thinking about a career as a crime scene investigator or law enforcement officer. Perhaps you are just interested in the nasty job of crime scene clean-up. Find out how to do it here!

Injustice - Do you know how many innocent people are in prison? Here are just a few. What happened to them could happen to you or a loved one. Shocking!!

Perhaps, you know someone who was sentenced to prison for a crime they did not commit. If you would like to share a story of injustice click here Injustice Sound Off

Mystery Crime Blog - Share your comments on just about anything mystery crime.

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