free detective game the letter

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18-11-1896 10:00

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A letter was found on the desk. From the position where it was found and the fact that the content of the letter was unfinished, it can be assumed that Sir Arthur was killed while he was writing it. The letter reads:

Mombasa, 17th November 1896

My dearest,
It might not be what you would like to hear, but I made my mind up - I sooner will burn down every little bit of my possessions than allow
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free detective game items catalogue

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18-11-1896 10:00

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Catalogue of items was found on the desk, in Sir Arthur’s handwriting:

Elgeyo figurine - a woman, wood, 2 pieces
Elgeyo figurine - an elephant, wood and silver, 1 piece
Elgeyo figurine - Ngai the creator, wood and gold, 1 piece
Elgeyo figurine - a lion, wood and silver, 1 piece
Elgeyo figurine - a warrior, wood and metal, 2 pieces
Elgeyo ceremonial masks, wood, 2 pieces
Elgeyo ceremonial masks, wood and animal horns, 2 pieces
Elgeyo war masks, wood, 4 pieces
Nandi ceremonial mask, wood, 1 piece
Elgeyo bracelets, gold and metal, 3 pieces
Nandi necklace, metal, 1 piece
Elgeyo earrings, metal, 1 piece
Elgeyo warrior emblem, metal and gold, 1 piece
Nandi decoration, shells, 1 piece
Elgeyo ceremonial knife, silver, 2 pieces



free detective game the splinters

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On the floor, next to the desk, on which Sir Arthur was found dead, splinters of wood were found. They were quite small and made of hard wood, one of them had traces of varnish and a smooth surface. Their texture and colour did not match any of the wooden elements within the room. (anonymised) said that he never saw anything made of such wood, so it might be something brought from Europe or Asia.





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