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Summary

Listen to each 5 Minute Mystery carefully, and select which clues either incriminate or exonerate each suspect. Select the guilty suspect from the list once you've found all of the clues.

5 Minute Mysteries, Volume 1, includes the following mysteries:

  • (1) The Crusader’s Robe
  • (2) A Dream of Old Salem
  • (3) The Great Musket Mystery
  • (4) The Liberty Gun
  • (5) The Hidden Messenger
  • (6) Death at Andersonville
  • (7) Mr. Patrick’s History Class
  • (8) The Battle of The Bulge.

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  • 11-03-13

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If you could sum up 5 Minute Mystery - The Missing Popcorn Mystery in three words, what would they be?

I have read 3 of Tom Fowler's 5 minute mysteries before I got this one to listen to. I have to say you really have to listen to pick up on the clues. I was able to figure out the who just not the how in this one. It was a fun listening experience.

Have you listened to any of Dick Hill’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

no, this is the first time I have heard Dick Hill

If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Don't forget the butter.