Murder Mystery Party Case Files: Underwood Cellars
- Over 50 pieces of evidence
- Includes instructions
- Online access to hints and solutions
- Ages 14 and up
This case file collection is a fun Murder Mystery investigative game to enjoy at your next game night. Situated in Napa, the game invites players to solve the 20 year disappearance of winemaker Cary Underwood. With realistic evidence that includes crime scene photos, interviews with suspects, newspaper clippings and other artifacts, the set includes all the information needed to solve the crime. A great game for sleuths who love to crack cold case mysteries, it makes for a fun event full of intrigue.
The FBI—as does every other government agency—creates and obtains records as it carries out its day to day operations. Bureau records generally include investigative files, personnel files, and policy guides. A majority of these documents are indexed in their Central Records System (CRS)—an electronic index that allows Bureau personnel to query requested information. While the CRS contains most of the FBI's records, some early records were not indexed, and some of these records have been transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration.