William Truthsbury has gone missing!
The esteemed editor of the Penhaligon's Times is missing. It seems he had scandalous news for immediate publication and someone in the family is rather keen for him to keep it under his hat!
It's up to you, our very own Sherlock, to find his whereabouts before it’s too late.
"Do come in, I'm sure we've met before..."
But there is more to this scene than meets the eye...
Somewhere in the rolling hills of the English countryside, nestled under a majestic canopy of oaks, lies the grandest of mansions...
Thank Heavens! You've found William.
Did you determine who kidnapped Mr. Truthsbury? Someone charmingly dangerous. A darling of London Society.
Shakespeare did try to warn us “hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”.
How to play
Solve the riddles and interact with the objects in the Mansion to find the clue cards. These will help you to both identify the suspect and find poor Mr. Truthsbury.
Zoom with the
The clock appears to
have a lock on it!
I wonder if there is
a way to open it...
I'm a creature
hard to ignore
because of my
this up upon
of them all
I have a
I start with
t, end with t
and I have t
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