GET A MYSTERYCLUE is designed to be a weekly, fun column where Shannon Muir takes an idea that comes to mind and just runs with it, to see what she learns along the way. This week – restarting after a several week hiatus – finds Shannon thinking about the various aspects of crime – continuing with the “where”.
“Where” defines a location that a crime occurred. This can be anywhere on Earth or beyond it in space. The concepts of “where” also overlaps with “when” in terms of historical crime, as was mentioned last time.
“Where” can also define a space within a more localized area. A crime can be a place in a city or town, or even a room of a house.
Next time, we’ll get into the “why” of crime.