Popular turn-of-the-century detective series Murdoch Mysteries will take the streets of London back in time to 1902 as part of a live police chase tied to the new online companion interactive mystery Murdoch Mysteries: The Infernal Device on Saturday, 9th May from 1pm to 2pm starting at Bermondsey Station (142 - 154 Jamaica Rd. London SE16 4RX).
Murdoch Mysteries fans in the London area are invited to become the detectives and put their investigative skills to the test and gather evidence as they witness a police chase that will help them and other online players solve the case as the mystery unravels.
Participants can solve the plot-twisting mystery through unique video content, online challenges and real-world events that bring the storyline to life in full turn-of-the-century detail. Each chapter will be revealed online, incorporating a new regional event that will take place across Canada and in London. Additional clues to help solve the interactive mystery will be revealed at each event, allowing fan detectives to work together to solve the case.
Don't worry if you're not able to get to London - it's not essential to participate at the live events to experience the mystery. You can find everything you need to get involved with The Infernal Machine on the CBC website.
In Murdoch Mysteries: The Infernal Device, super spy Terrence Meyers (Peter Keleghan) returns for another matter of national security, involving high stakes and anti-Monarchist sentiments.
With Detective Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) out of town arranging security for a royal visit, Constable George Crabtree (Jonny Harris) must step in to deal with Meyers' dangerous machinations. Crabtree discovers a threat that could disrupt the balance of power in the world, and enlists the help of fans to foil the devious plot.