Wednesday, 16 September 2015

Writing mystery

WALT write our own Mysteries

Success Criteria:

Make the story exciting - by adding juicy, descriptive words,
Plan - use a variety of planning tools, like mind maps and story mountains etc
Plot - you need to know what's happening next
Clues to make it a mystery
Problem - to be solved
Beginning - draw the reader in by setting the scene - crime scene
make sure it's in the right order,
Characters - investigators, culprit, (the person who committed the crime), suspects (people you may question about the crime that may have been involved)
need to be ordinary people
solve the mystery 

Sherlock  Holmes crimes and punishments: chapter 1 the fate of black Peter
This is a draft
Right now Watson is doing something and hears gun shots he tries to take cover so he told Sherlock to stop right in front of sherlocks gun Sherlock has some company all of a sudden looks like black Peter was murdered yesterday Sherlock goes to wood mans lee to investigate the murder of black Peter. In wood mans lee Sherlock found some mysterious footprints but who cares about that lets talk to peters wife she looks like she has something to hide we will get back to that after we check out black Peter himself but before he went in the hut he saw scratches on the door looks like that someone forced the door last night but let's carry on now Sherlock saw black Peter looks like he was impaled by this harpoon look some stuff a sailer would have but what's this some space in the shelf looks like something was there a while ago maybe a box or a mini chest now let's help our selfs to everything here so first let's look in this big chest it has nothing but a per of boots looks like these boots don't match the foot prints from before interesting then Sherlock found some smokes and it belongs to sailers so that means that he used to be a sailer that gives us a hint looks like he had a dagger and a book. The book has some random numbers and letters this might be useful in the future. So Sherlock found a plan the scratches on the door must mean someone tried to open the door and get in but he didn't succeed so he might be back this night so they wanted to ambush the guy so they did and it was a young man he went to jail Sherlock talked to him and looked at what he has look he had the notebook but why did he have it the young man didn't tell him. Looks like the father of the young man is black peters partner well use to be until something happens the young man has to clean fish for a job (for some odd reason) he also has scars and scratches on him. Looks like they found another suspect he won't tell anything to Sherlock Holmes sounds suspicious let's let him stay in jail for now. Looks like one of peters sailor buddy's is some where around here in London in a bar Sherlock should be in a disguise so the sailor will talk about his history about black Peter and him. Sherlock Holmes (for some odd reason) becomes Irish and haves a drink with the sailer looks like the smokes was his all along black Peter is evil. Looks like the man that won't tell Sherlock anything has a secret box and its full of love letters from peters wife to that man that won't tell Sherlock anything wanted to kill black Peter to get back the person that he loved. The sailer doesn't like black Peter he thinks he's evil maybe it could be the man that had the love letters but the love letters would make someone to kill or maybe the young man he could have done it because he wanted the book really bad and the reason he's not telling sherlock anything about the book and because he said "I'm not telling you it's just going to make things worse.

Who do you think should go to jail answer is below

The love letter man

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