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The Fantasy Art of Midnight Mysteries: The Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy

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Part 1: Contacted by the Author Part 2: Marie RogĂȘt / Mary Rogers Part 3: The Gold-Bug Part 4: Mystery Solved

Each game in the Midnight Mysteries hidden object game series picks and author and a selection of their work. The fiction is compared to historical events, and as the game progresses, the persona controlled by the player is sent on a fantastical spiritual journey where they visit various scenes related to the fictional works or historical events; and interact with ghosts and spirits from both. Between the two sources, a theory is put together regarding the mysterious death of the author.

Use your famous mystery-writing skills to help solve an ancient homicide and capture Edgar Allan Poe`s murderer! Follow your ghostly guides through Poe`s classic tales as you meet the different suspects in this dark and haunting Hidden Object game. Find inspiration for your next book as you collect clues, interview witnesses, and crack the centuries-old crime in Midnight Mysteries: The Edgar Allan Poe Conspiracy!

This game in the Midnight Mysteries hidden object game series presents a theory about the death of Edgar Allan Poe, an american writer, poet, editor, and literary critic probably most famous for The Raven and its famous "nevermore". It draws on many references and sources, both historical and more contemporary (such as the mysterious and elusive Poe Toaster).

The two main fictional pieces from Poe's works used to present a theory for his death are The Mystery of Marie RogĂȘt: A Sequel to The Murders in the Rue Morgue and The Gold-Bug, but there are elements from other works here and there, such as discovering evidence hidden under floorboards (a feature in The Tell-Tale Heart).

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