Abraham Lincoln. Adolf Hitler. The birth of Christ. The death of Joan of Arc. We know that these seminal people and events helped shape our history, and we know their stories well...or do we? Much of our information about the last 2,000 years is based on unreliable sources, old technology, and antiquated theories. Not anymore. Take a journey around the world as modern historians, scientists and scholars investigate ancient artifacts, documents and locales to answer age-old questions about our puzzling past.

Mystery Files - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2010-02-01

Mystery Files - Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst - Netflix

Mystery Case Files: Ravenhearst is a hidden object game developed by Big Fish Studios, and distributed by Big Fish Games. It is the third installment in the Mystery Case Files series. The game is available at Big Fish Games website and on Steam. The Mystery Case Files franchise is the number one brand in casual games and has sold more than 2.5 million units to date.

Mystery Files - Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst - Netflix

After the events in Madame Fate, the player soon discovers that the spirit of Charles Dalimar, Emma Ravenhearst's murderer, is on the loose and desperate because Emma is now free of the Manor's curse. He is actually the one responsible for Madame Fate's death stating that the rescue of Emma was pointless, for Rose Somerset, Emma's nursemaid in the first game, was his “true love”. The player returns to the manor, but soon discovers that there is more to the mansion than meets the eye: there is still a section of the manor unexplored, and some parts that have already been explored have been refurbished by Charles' tormented spirit. The player has to uncover the secret of what happened to Charles after he murdered Emma, and put a stop to his psychotic obsession.

Mystery Files - References - Netflix