The Case of the Missing Bigfoot



The Case of the Missing Bigfoot

 An old mansion. A dinner party about to begin. The lights go out, there’s an upset in the dining room, an upset in the upstairs hall. The lights come on, the safe is open and the contents are gone. Who did it? 

The detectives on the scene need the help of a keen and curious young sleuth to help them solve the case. Kids receive a series of personalized letters containing all sorts of evidence and clues: “crime scene” photos, fingerprint reports, interview transcripts, ciphers and a suspect board to help keep track of the case.

 And by the way, the mansion is not far from where you live. A big hairy creature that may or may not be Bigfoot was recently spotted in the area. You haven’t seen anything out of the ordinary, have you?

Ages 9 and up (see FAQ for more info). Great for girls and boys. The Case of the Missing Bigfoot is certified “not scary” (but extremely cool) by our Very Nervous Story Tester.

The Case off the Missing Bigfoot is a six week subscription containing five lettermail envelopes and a final package.

For a detailed look at what you'll get in each mailing of The Case of the Missing Bigfoot click here. Warning: The surprise could be compromised.

Mail Order Mysteries are not for children under three. Small parts could present a choking hazard.

Customer Reviews

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Perfect Challenge

Just enough challenge for a 10 yr old with some help from her family. Loved the last delivery!

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So much fun!

My 9 year old considers every item included in a package, makes notes, applies critical thinking, a great way to have fun and learn to effectively work through problems.

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We enjoyed the weekly clues! And the final package was awesome! I did take a chance and purchase this for a 13yr old. She was 1/2 interested but the pirate mystery I ordered for my son was a huge hit! He phoned everyone to tell them about his pirate relative and thinks his treasure is worth a gazillion dollars! Loved it