Teens 12-18 are challenged to solve a cold case murder mystery game at the Shell Lake Public Library on Friday, June 23 from 6-8:30pm. Handmade pizza from Lakeview and snacks will be provided. Pre-registration is required: call 715-468-2074 or visit shelllakelibrary.org to register.
Unsolved Case Files is a murder mystery game that lets you solve a fictitious cold case just like a detective. On November 20th, 1992, East Verona High School was shocked to find an 18 year old senior, Jamie Banks, had fallen out of the 6th floor window to her death. There were 5 people at the school who were unaccounted for at the time of Jamie’s death and every one of them is a suspect. Investigators ruled the death a suicide and closed the case but you can reopen it and analyze the evidence to find out what really happened to Jamie. This 1992 cold case is still unsolved. Are you ready to take a crack at it and bring justice to Jamie’s family?
This event is sponsored by an Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) prevention grant from Community Alliance for Prevention (CAP). Washburn County CAP strives to have a healthy and resilient community that is educated, aware and actively prevents substance abuse; while families and community members are supported through local resources for substance abuse.