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One of Americas oldest and most notorious cold cases involved the murder of a beautiful, young, aspiring actress near Hollywood, California. There were many persons of interest and a handful of serious suspects. No murder weapon(s) were ever located. The body had been severed at the waist along with many other disturbing injuries requiring surgical precision. Stepping back in time, its your job to enter the study of the lead suspect, a well known local Dr. to the Hollywood elite. Can you find and recover the instruments used to commit this grizzly crime?

11 men were convicted of Boston’s Great Brinks Robbery committed in 1950. They were given life sentences. Millions of dollars were stolen with only a few thousand ever recovered. A 12th man, Lester ‘Lefty’ McHale, was long rumored to be the mastermind of the crime. McHale, however, was never charged. Now 90-years-old and in failing health, McHale leaves his Florida home once weekly, when his son, also a reputed gangster, drives him to lunch. This outing takes no more than an hour. Does McHale still have some of the unrecovered loot? You have that hour to find out…

You and your family are touring an aerospace facility. You wander off and find yourselves in the office of a scientist who mysteriously vanished in the 1960’s. He was studying extraterrestrial life, supernovas and intergalactic travel. His office remains untouched. You have one hour to uncover the secret of his disappearance…

It’s the mid-1970’s and you have been wrongfully accused and arrested by a small-town Sheriff. He has you in a holding cell next to his office. You must find your way to freedom, while retrieving the evidence he holds against you. He plans to take you in front of the judge and prosecutor after his lunch break. You have only one hour…

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Just when we were getting somewhere with the Black Hood and Bughead, they had to go and say the dreaded "in two weeks" during the promo for what should have been Wednesday’s episode of Riverdale . So why isn’t Riverdale on tonight , you might be wondering? Instead of airing Season 2’s episode "Tales from the Darkside," The CW will be airing the first part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival that took place and was taped in September.

The network was originally supposed to air the concert in two parts, on Oct. 4 and 5, but in light of the mass shooting in Las Vegas at the The Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival at the time, the network had postponed airing the iHeartRadio Music Festival , which had taken place in Las Vegas a month prior to then. At the time, in a joint statement obtained by Variety from both The CW and iHeartMedia, representatives said, "Out of respect to the victims of last Sunday’s terrible tragedy in Las Vegas and their families, The CW Network and iHeartMedia will be postponing this week’s TV broadcast of the iHeartRadio Music Festival. New broadcast dates will be announced at a later time."

Instead, The CW will air the first part of the concert Wednesday, Nov. 22 and conclude with the second part on Friday, Nov. 24. Of course this means that Riverdale fans will have to wait another week for a new episode, but as Season 2 hasn’t been lacking excitement so far, the wait will more than likely be worth it.

The decision to air the iHeartRadio Music Festival tonight rather than another night in the near future might also have something to do with the fact that it's the day before Thanksgiving. If you aren’t preparing to cook a feast fit for kings for tomorrow, you might be traveling or using the night off to go out with friends. The CW might have reasoned that with everything going on in preparation for Thanksgiving or in celebration of a long weekend ahead, there would be almost no point in airing a new episode of Riverdale .

For those who don’t know, or who don't drink so they don't really care, somehow the night before Thanksgiving has become the biggest drinking night of the year. Toben Nelson, a University of Minnesota public health professor, told the Star Tribune of Minnesota that because a lot of people happen to be off work for Thanksgiving, it’s become almost expected that the Wednesday before is a night to go out and drink with friends . "It’s a pervasive social expectation," Nelson told the newspaper. "These bars may be offering specials and they serve as a place to get together. Especially for folks returning from college who have recently come of age, it’s just a logical thing to do."

I mean, tell that to the 20-somethings who also need to stuff and bake a turkey at 9 a.m., but apparently it’s a thing now.

One of Americas oldest and most notorious cold cases involved the murder of a beautiful, young, aspiring actress near Hollywood, California. There were many persons of interest and a handful of serious suspects. No murder weapon(s) were ever located. The body had been severed at the waist along with many other disturbing injuries requiring surgical precision. Stepping back in time, its your job to enter the study of the lead suspect, a well known local Dr. to the Hollywood elite. Can you find and recover the instruments used to commit this grizzly crime?

11 men were convicted of Boston’s Great Brinks Robbery committed in 1950. They were given life sentences. Millions of dollars were stolen with only a few thousand ever recovered. A 12th man, Lester ‘Lefty’ McHale, was long rumored to be the mastermind of the crime. McHale, however, was never charged. Now 90-years-old and in failing health, McHale leaves his Florida home once weekly, when his son, also a reputed gangster, drives him to lunch. This outing takes no more than an hour. Does McHale still have some of the unrecovered loot? You have that hour to find out…

You and your family are touring an aerospace facility. You wander off and find yourselves in the office of a scientist who mysteriously vanished in the 1960’s. He was studying extraterrestrial life, supernovas and intergalactic travel. His office remains untouched. You have one hour to uncover the secret of his disappearance…

It’s the mid-1970’s and you have been wrongfully accused and arrested by a small-town Sheriff. He has you in a holding cell next to his office. You must find your way to freedom, while retrieving the evidence he holds against you. He plans to take you in front of the judge and prosecutor after his lunch break. You have only one hour…

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Just when we were getting somewhere with the Black Hood and Bughead, they had to go and say the dreaded "in two weeks" during the promo for what should have been Wednesday’s episode of Riverdale . So why isn’t Riverdale on tonight , you might be wondering? Instead of airing Season 2’s episode "Tales from the Darkside," The CW will be airing the first part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival that took place and was taped in September.

The network was originally supposed to air the concert in two parts, on Oct. 4 and 5, but in light of the mass shooting in Las Vegas at the The Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival at the time, the network had postponed airing the iHeartRadio Music Festival , which had taken place in Las Vegas a month prior to then. At the time, in a joint statement obtained by Variety from both The CW and iHeartMedia, representatives said, "Out of respect to the victims of last Sunday’s terrible tragedy in Las Vegas and their families, The CW Network and iHeartMedia will be postponing this week’s TV broadcast of the iHeartRadio Music Festival. New broadcast dates will be announced at a later time."

Instead, The CW will air the first part of the concert Wednesday, Nov. 22 and conclude with the second part on Friday, Nov. 24. Of course this means that Riverdale fans will have to wait another week for a new episode, but as Season 2 hasn’t been lacking excitement so far, the wait will more than likely be worth it.

The decision to air the iHeartRadio Music Festival tonight rather than another night in the near future might also have something to do with the fact that it's the day before Thanksgiving. If you aren’t preparing to cook a feast fit for kings for tomorrow, you might be traveling or using the night off to go out with friends. The CW might have reasoned that with everything going on in preparation for Thanksgiving or in celebration of a long weekend ahead, there would be almost no point in airing a new episode of Riverdale .

For those who don’t know, or who don't drink so they don't really care, somehow the night before Thanksgiving has become the biggest drinking night of the year. Toben Nelson, a University of Minnesota public health professor, told the Star Tribune of Minnesota that because a lot of people happen to be off work for Thanksgiving, it’s become almost expected that the Wednesday before is a night to go out and drink with friends . "It’s a pervasive social expectation," Nelson told the newspaper. "These bars may be offering specials and they serve as a place to get together. Especially for folks returning from college who have recently come of age, it’s just a logical thing to do."

I mean, tell that to the 20-somethings who also need to stuff and bake a turkey at 9 a.m., but apparently it’s a thing now.

This program concerns the “search for the most deadly killer in human History”. It claims that scientists have uncovered the true cause of the “Black Death”.

The use of the diaries and accounts of medieval witnesses as well as modern scientific investigations have brought the traditional explanation of Bubonic Plague as the great killer of the Middle Ages under increasing scrutiny.

This program presents an ideal opportunity to introduce and explore the concept of “contestability” in History. It will also be a discussion starter for any depth study of the “Black Death”. It could also provide a quick overview for a study of the Middle Ages.
Dr Denis Mootz

This is the data collection stage of the activity.
The detailed questioning is designed to ensure that students decode the visual and aural materials presented to them in the video.
The video programs can be stopped at the end of each section. This will allow students to share and discuss answers.

Note events in Europe in 1347.
Note the symptoms of this disease. Result? Impact?
Why did this disease “terrorise” Europe for centuries?
When was the “culprit” discovered?
What is the traditional explanation for the “Black Death”?
Why is that now in question?

Useful, interesting, challenging, books, sources and websites will provide materials to supplement and complement the History presented in the video program.
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One of Americas oldest and most notorious cold cases involved the murder of a beautiful, young, aspiring actress near Hollywood, California. There were many persons of interest and a handful of serious suspects. No murder weapon(s) were ever located. The body had been severed at the waist along with many other disturbing injuries requiring surgical precision. Stepping back in time, its your job to enter the study of the lead suspect, a well known local Dr. to the Hollywood elite. Can you find and recover the instruments used to commit this grizzly crime?

11 men were convicted of Boston’s Great Brinks Robbery committed in 1950. They were given life sentences. Millions of dollars were stolen with only a few thousand ever recovered. A 12th man, Lester ‘Lefty’ McHale, was long rumored to be the mastermind of the crime. McHale, however, was never charged. Now 90-years-old and in failing health, McHale leaves his Florida home once weekly, when his son, also a reputed gangster, drives him to lunch. This outing takes no more than an hour. Does McHale still have some of the unrecovered loot? You have that hour to find out…

You and your family are touring an aerospace facility. You wander off and find yourselves in the office of a scientist who mysteriously vanished in the 1960’s. He was studying extraterrestrial life, supernovas and intergalactic travel. His office remains untouched. You have one hour to uncover the secret of his disappearance…

It’s the mid-1970’s and you have been wrongfully accused and arrested by a small-town Sheriff. He has you in a holding cell next to his office. You must find your way to freedom, while retrieving the evidence he holds against you. He plans to take you in front of the judge and prosecutor after his lunch break. You have only one hour…

©2018 • Escape Cocoa Beach , Escape Room Games in Cocoa Beach, FL • (321) 373-2627
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One of Americas oldest and most notorious cold cases involved the murder of a beautiful, young, aspiring actress near Hollywood, California. There were many persons of interest and a handful of serious suspects. No murder weapon(s) were ever located. The body had been severed at the waist along with many other disturbing injuries requiring surgical precision. Stepping back in time, its your job to enter the study of the lead suspect, a well known local Dr. to the Hollywood elite. Can you find and recover the instruments used to commit this grizzly crime?

11 men were convicted of Boston’s Great Brinks Robbery committed in 1950. They were given life sentences. Millions of dollars were stolen with only a few thousand ever recovered. A 12th man, Lester ‘Lefty’ McHale, was long rumored to be the mastermind of the crime. McHale, however, was never charged. Now 90-years-old and in failing health, McHale leaves his Florida home once weekly, when his son, also a reputed gangster, drives him to lunch. This outing takes no more than an hour. Does McHale still have some of the unrecovered loot? You have that hour to find out…

You and your family are touring an aerospace facility. You wander off and find yourselves in the office of a scientist who mysteriously vanished in the 1960’s. He was studying extraterrestrial life, supernovas and intergalactic travel. His office remains untouched. You have one hour to uncover the secret of his disappearance…

It’s the mid-1970’s and you have been wrongfully accused and arrested by a small-town Sheriff. He has you in a holding cell next to his office. You must find your way to freedom, while retrieving the evidence he holds against you. He plans to take you in front of the judge and prosecutor after his lunch break. You have only one hour…

©2018 • Escape Cocoa Beach , Escape Room Games in Cocoa Beach, FL • (321) 373-2627
Web development by Switch Creatives
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Just when we were getting somewhere with the Black Hood and Bughead, they had to go and say the dreaded "in two weeks" during the promo for what should have been Wednesday’s episode of Riverdale . So why isn’t Riverdale on tonight , you might be wondering? Instead of airing Season 2’s episode "Tales from the Darkside," The CW will be airing the first part of the iHeartRadio Music Festival that took place and was taped in September.

The network was originally supposed to air the concert in two parts, on Oct. 4 and 5, but in light of the mass shooting in Las Vegas at the The Route 91 Harvest Country Music Festival at the time, the network had postponed airing the iHeartRadio Music Festival , which had taken place in Las Vegas a month prior to then. At the time, in a joint statement obtained by Variety from both The CW and iHeartMedia, representatives said, "Out of respect to the victims of last Sunday’s terrible tragedy in Las Vegas and their families, The CW Network and iHeartMedia will be postponing this week’s TV broadcast of the iHeartRadio Music Festival. New broadcast dates will be announced at a later time."

Instead, The CW will air the first part of the concert Wednesday, Nov. 22 and conclude with the second part on Friday, Nov. 24. Of course this means that Riverdale fans will have to wait another week for a new episode, but as Season 2 hasn’t been lacking excitement so far, the wait will more than likely be worth it.

The decision to air the iHeartRadio Music Festival tonight rather than another night in the near future might also have something to do with the fact that it's the day before Thanksgiving. If you aren’t preparing to cook a feast fit for kings for tomorrow, you might be traveling or using the night off to go out with friends. The CW might have reasoned that with everything going on in preparation for Thanksgiving or in celebration of a long weekend ahead, there would be almost no point in airing a new episode of Riverdale .

For those who don’t know, or who don't drink so they don't really care, somehow the night before Thanksgiving has become the biggest drinking night of the year. Toben Nelson, a University of Minnesota public health professor, told the Star Tribune of Minnesota that because a lot of people happen to be off work for Thanksgiving, it’s become almost expected that the Wednesday before is a night to go out and drink with friends . "It’s a pervasive social expectation," Nelson told the newspaper. "These bars may be offering specials and they serve as a place to get together. Especially for folks returning from college who have recently come of age, it’s just a logical thing to do."

I mean, tell that to the 20-somethings who also need to stuff and bake a turkey at 9 a.m., but apparently it’s a thing now.

This program concerns the “search for the most deadly killer in human History”. It claims that scientists have uncovered the true cause of the “Black Death”.

The use of the diaries and accounts of medieval witnesses as well as modern scientific investigations have brought the traditional explanation of Bubonic Plague as the great killer of the Middle Ages under increasing scrutiny.

This program presents an ideal opportunity to introduce and explore the concept of “contestability” in History. It will also be a discussion starter for any depth study of the “Black Death”. It could also provide a quick overview for a study of the Middle Ages.
Dr Denis Mootz

This is the data collection stage of the activity.
The detailed questioning is designed to ensure that students decode the visual and aural materials presented to them in the video.
The video programs can be stopped at the end of each section. This will allow students to share and discuss answers.

Note events in Europe in 1347.
Note the symptoms of this disease. Result? Impact?
Why did this disease “terrorise” Europe for centuries?
When was the “culprit” discovered?
What is the traditional explanation for the “Black Death”?
Why is that now in question?

Useful, interesting, challenging, books, sources and websites will provide materials to supplement and complement the History presented in the video program.
The data collected here should be used in the notemaking below.


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