Sherlock Holmes is the most famous fictional detective of all time, but that doesn’t mean he can’t help you solve some of your own problems. A new exhibit at the Frost Museum of Science wants you to help solve a crime you hopefully didn’t commit.
If you have a mystery…
Alex Miranda: “Watson, the game is on!”
Sherlock Holmes could have solved it.
Rachel McAdams (as Irene Adler): “Nice touch.”
Robert Downey Jr. (as Sherlock Holmes): “I was just studying your…methods.”
Well, in the 1880s, at least.
Alex Miranda: “Why is Kim Kardashian dating Pete Davidson?
Geoffrey Curley, Frost Museum of Science: “It’s a mystery Sherlock won’t help.”
And at the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science…
Kate Carter, Frost Museum of Science: “This is one of the biggest exhibits we’ve ever had.”
I don’t think we’re in downtown Miami anymore.
Geoffrey Curley: “Broadway creators won a Tony Award, and so you really step into this era.”
Sherlock Holmes: The Exhibition immerses you in the rocky streets of London…
Geoffrey Curley: “Something awful has happened.”
To solve a crime…
Kate Carter: “While learning some of the modern and ancient techniques of forensic science that Sherlock Holmes might have used.”
Using Sherlock’s signature style.
Geoffrey Curley: “The end goal is to really understand the scientific method and be able to use it in everyday life.”
I needed this.
Alex Miranda: “One mystery I’d like to finally solve would be, why am I missing all those matching socks?”
Geoffrey Curley: “Uh…”
Investigate the footprints that range from…
Geoffrey Curley: “Crime scene down to the Thames, so you see these footprints, and you can go and recreate these footprints in the sand, see what matches.”
Analyze blood spatter.
Geoffrey Curley: “Create blood splatter patterns and see which one could be found at the crime scene.”
I want to say…
Alex Miranda: “Anyone Else Thinking of Gale Weathers, ‘Scream’, 1996?”
You’ll feel like you’re in a “Dateline” episode.
Alex Miranda: “It turns purple. It was… codeine! Dun dun duuuuunn!”
Innovation is fun but never easy.
Kate Carter: “It’s a difficult mystery. I played it once; I couldn’t find the right answer.”
Oh, my God, the same!
Alex Miranda: “I get it. It’s Professor Plum, in the office, with the candlestick!
Woman: “Alex, it’s like a completely different story.”
The exhibit opens May 16 and runs through September 5.
Alex Miranda: “This exhibition is phenomenal, isn’t it?
Admission is included in your regular museum tickets, but remember: question everything.
Alex Miranda: “All the technology in the world, and these fools will never realize that I’m the killer.”
To buy tickets, click here.
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