We had a great time reading your tweets for the first (and hopefully annual) CCW Twitter Mystery Contest.
Your super-condensed mysteries were a great lead-up to our conference, Capital Mayhem on Saturday, May 10, 2014. Thanks everyone who jumped into the fictional murder fray.
Here are our winners:
#capitalmayhem “Hi Will.You going to Capital Mayhem?””Yeah I’m just about to leave.I just need to grab my knapsack.” He reached for the gun.
— Rachel Pitcher (@RachelPitcher) May 3, 2014
It was a squat cinderblock of a house, built to affordably shelter a small family from the sun, the rain, and the criminal. #capitalmayhem
— Craig Calhoun (@craiglcalhoun) April 29, 2014
#capitalmayhem The cabby caught my eye in the rearview & said “I ain’t never seen a bullet hole the size of the one in your friend’s head.”
— Brenda Chapman (@brendaAchapman) April 28, 2014
He was guilty, I was sure of it. Pretty sure anyway. I hid the gun in his sock drawer. He got life; I got a promotion. #capitalmayhem
— c. b. forrest (@cbforrest) May 5, 2014
— Rachel Pitcher (@RachelPitcher) April 28, 2014
Mike woke up not knowing where he was. He couldn’t see anything and had difficulties breathing. He was trapped in a box. #capitalmayhem
— Sean D (@hugegolfhacker) April 29, 2014
It wasn’t the most conventional of murder weapons, Sandra admitted to herself, but it would just have to do. #capitalmayhem
— Alison Weatherston (@Partyof3blog) April 29, 2014