In this game, students may use their observation skills to track down a clever imaginary killer.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s legendary fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, applied many of the principles of modern forensic science long before they were adopted by the police. Holmes was a keen observer and was able to draw conclusions from his observations. His exceptional powers of observation, coupled with deductive reasoning, confounded those with lesser powers, including the local constabulary (police or RCMP). Modern-day detectives and forensic scientists must also be curious and keen observers in order to solve crimes.