The Case of the Missing Bigfoot

Series of clues from detective mystery for kids

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. 

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

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

Customer Reviews

Based on 309 reviews
Amazing! SO well done!

We had our grandchildren for the weekend. Ages 9 and 11. We bought the all-in-one-box - Bigfoot. The first day we did two instalments, the 2nd day three, and the final one was done on the last day they were visiting. We had breaks in between. We were involved with them, not doing it for them but discussing and encouraging. They were hardly on their electronics for the entire weekend. We thought the setup, the attention to detail, the personalization…all were fantastic. We have since purchased Escape the Master Loop for their next visit.

Nicoletta C
Fun for the whole family

My daughter, 8years old, enjoyed it a lot. My son, 10years old, wasn’t as interested but enjoyed supervising her and helping her with theories and cracking codes. I wish we had more clues that would allow us to actually come up with the real conclusion, some things were impossible to guess as there were no clues about it. But we came close.

Ciara McCormack

The Case of the Missing Bigfoot

Sharon MacMaster

Grandkids and family loved every minute of it

Christmas vacation

Bought this for my granddaughters age 15 and 11. Gave them the entire mailing to have all at once and at their ages, it was more enjoyable to spend a couple days during their break working on the mystery together. It was a fun sister project. They enjoyed it even at their ages.