Deadbolt Mystery Society Terminal

Before we get to the Deadbolt Mystery Society Terminal Review here is some information about the monthly mystery boxes.

About Deadbolt Mystery Society

Deadbolt Mystery Society is a monthly subscription with a new mystery each month. Each box has puzzles to solve, clues to find and evidence to follow. Each month is a stand alone mystery and they all seem to take place in Valley Falls. I have not done them all to be sure though. The Will Street Detective Agency investigates the mysteries and you work for them.

  • $24.99 plus shipping and tax a month.
  • 1 – 4 players.
  • 2 – 3 hour game.
  • Internet access needed.

Deadbolt Mystery Society Terminal Review


Description (from the Deadbolt Mystery Society website):

Terminal (September 2018) – A flight from Madrid to New York turns into an international incident after one of the first- class passengers is found dead while the plane is somewhere over the Atlantic Ocean. The man seems to be in perfect health, and there are no obvious signs to point to cause of death. The contents found in the man’s possession, however, suggest that there is more to him than meets the eye. Only a limited number of passengers and flight crew had access to him. Did he simply die of natural causes? Or was his death the result of some sinister plot? Unravel the story of the mysterious first-class passenger and discover what really happened on that flight to Madrid. Difficulty Rating 6.5/10

Thoughts About This Mystery:

Terminal contents

The theme of this mystery sounded fun, a mystery aboard a plane, although they all sound fun.

There are a good amount puzzles in this box and also a nice mix of different kinds of puzzles. There were not any really long puzzles so the mystery seemed to go pretty quick, it took me a little over an hour.

Battleship is my all time favorite game and I love that they included a battleship themed puzzle, it was a cool idea.

Although I did need a few hints, this mystery didn’t seem as hard as other ones I have completed. It was a good box to start with.

Check the Deadbolt Mystery Society website, although they don’t carry all the past mysteries they usually have a good selection and they restock older mysteries every so often.

*I am not affiliated with Deadbolt Mystery Society, I just love their mysteries.


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