Stanley Manor Murder Mystery Clue #4 (Martha Lynch LbNA # 30655
|Placed Date||May 5 2007|
A mysterious murder has occurred at the Stanley Manor and we need your help. The only information being released by the press at this time is that there were six people staying at the Manor at the time the body was found. With enough information from enough clues, possibly you can help the authorities solve this horrible crime. It is also important for the security of this case that the information you figure out or obtain is not revealed to others. It is likely that you will need to find most of the guests and see most of the clues in order to piece the entire story together to figure out the murderer, victim, weapon, motive, and location within the Stanley Manor. You may even want to create a separate log book for clues, but that is completely up to you. This is one of 12 Stanley Manor Murder Mystery boxes.
As I fled the manor I knew that I needed to hide in a location that no one would find me by accident. To ensure my safety and security, I began by following a group of students in "training" to a mountain location where they spoke about a yearly ritual that they were going to perform. This scared me as I began to think they were going to sacrifice me until I saw a bunch of white paint.
As they began to go to work, I crawled up to the mountain peak to watch. From this location I could see Rawhide to my far left, Anheiser Busch to the left, and three different cities to my right and straight in front of me. I also noticed a dead tree about 5 steps to my right and wondered how it stayed at this peak. I was sure not to lean backwards or I surely would have fallen to my death. Straight behind me I saw all kinds of people relaxing as they skied, fished, and swam and thought that this was the perfect location. I found a nice flat rock that layed on the hill with a small rock under it on the uphill side. Under this large rock is where I am now hiding.
This location is slightly north and west of the Alpha but I am not the Omega. Come and see me and I'll tell you what I know about the murder at Stanley Manor.