The Mystery of Mons
A City Trip With a Mystery Game in Mons, Belgium
Category: Travel & Emigration
| Work: Sonstiges
Keywords: city game
, mystery game
, city trip
, dinner party game
, dinner game
, World War One
, First World War
, Great War
, Angels of Mons
, Hell Hound
, black propaganda
, historical mystery
, secret agents
, secret service
, photo book
From the Angels to the Hell Hound of Mons... A Great War Experience!
A mystery game in the city of Mons, Belgium. From the Angels to the Hell Hound of Mons: a World War One Experiment with Black Propaganda… Or what we would call now: PSYOPS! Ask for the solutions here: firstname.lastname@example.org
August 1974. Richard Evans was found dead in a city park of Mons, Belgium. In his hands: a Polaroid, showing a strange hippie girl… and then, in a secret compartment in the house of the late Richard Evans, his grandson discovered a series of photographs, each one containing an image of the girl in the Polaroid, dated from August 1914 to 1964.
It appears that during the First World War, Richard Evans worked as an agent for the British secret service and probably was involved in experiments with “black propaganda”, which eventually would lead to some of the greatest myths of the Great War…
This mystery game/city game can be played at home or in the city of Mons, Belgium. Pass the test and discover the secrets of the secret agents of the First World War, and maybe you too will become an expert in “psychological operations” (PSYOPS), deception and disinformation!
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About the Author
Patrick Bernauw (scenario) en Marc Borms (fotografie) maken samen een reeks stadsspelen in "Mysterieus België" (www.stadsspelen.blogspot.be), die gespeeld worden met een fotoboek. Zie ook www.stadsspel.org
Patrick Bernauw (scenario) and Marc Borms (photography) are the producers of a "Mysterious Belgium" series city & mystery games.
"La Belgique Mystérieuse": des jeux promenade en ville - Scénario Patrick Bernauw - Photos Marc Borms.
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