|Clue Mystery Puzzle: Death Foretold - 1994|
Pity poor Dr. Black who did not "Beware the Ides of March." Fate stepped in with a vengeance after his six guests were entertained by a fortune teller at his March 15th birthday party. Black soon found out that sometimes a hint about the future can do more harm than good.
Madame Chartreuse, the famed crystal ball seer extraordinaire certainly did see something black for Black in her crystal ball that night. Which guests took fate into his or her own hands and decided to blow out the doctor's candles for good.
Colonel Mike Mustard: He found out Black was going to destroy his historic men's club. Did he "club" the doc to save his home away from home?
Miss Vivienne Scarlett: She was Black's old flame. Did Black get "burned" by jealous flames of passion?
Reverend Jonathan Green: As a fanatical pro-animal activist, he wanted Black to stop hunting. Did he finally hunt down Black to save his four-footed friends?
Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock: She knew Black was going to sue her over her book. Did she decide to rewrite the final chapter and finish him off?
Professor Peter Plum: He wanted Black to invest in a rugby team. When Black proved to be a poor sport, did the Professor end his game permanently?
Mrs. Blanche White: She wanted Black to invest in her crumpet culinary venture. But did her recipe also call for killing Black?