Unsolved Crimes Complete Series Is Now Available


All four case in the Unsolved Crimes series are now available in one download.  Having access to the four cases will provide you with a great deal of flexibility especially if you teach multiple sections of forensics.   Use all four cases in a class  allowing you to only have one or maybe two working groups per case.  Another option is to use one or two cases each year and the other two cases the following year so that current students don’t contaminate the experience of next year’s students.

The Unsolved Crimes Series consists of the following cases: Deathboat, Slime 9, Curse of the Mummy, and Alien Invasion.

Case Overviews:
Slime 9: Professor Tarling developed Slime 9 as a means to protect his country from its neighboring enemies – a weapon of peace.  Yet it could just as easily be used as a weapon of war – if it fell into the wrong hands. When Tarling ends up dead questions arise as to how he died and who was involved.

Deathboat: When multimillion dollar lottery winner, Waverly Berg is pulled from the ocean the question is, “How did she die?” Was it an unfortunate accident caused by seasickness or could it be that someone on board the luxury ship wanted her to take her last swim?

The Curse of the Mummy: Might it have been the Curse of Alemcolet that was responsible for why the priceless remains of an Egyptian mummy didn’t arrive at the British Museum?  Or was it because the mummy was worth a tidy sum on the black market?  The answers to these questions can be found in the case.

Alien Invasion: The international Spacelab Galaktos Nine makes an unscheduled early return landing at Edwards Air Force Base, California following the unfortunate death of crew member Fukudo Hatachi, a noted Japanese inventor, and an Executive Board Member of the rich and powerful Yori Aerospace Company. Early reports from other crew members indicate that Hatachi was behaving wildly as if he was possessed by an alien!!