George R. R. Martin's New Mexico multiverse 🔎 Agatha Christie, in stamp form

Happy fall. Here is some stuff I enjoyed this week.
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George R. R. Martin's New Mexico multiverse 🔎 Agatha Christie, in stamp form
By The Mystery League • Issue #5
Happy fall. Here is some stuff I enjoyed this week.

House of Eternal Return
Out in New Mexico is this choose-your-own-adventure mystery house. “Something has happened inside a mysterious Victorian house that has dissolved the nature of time and space.” And apparently it’s funded by George R. R. Martin.
Museum Lessons from the House of Eternal Return – Suzanne Fischer
A museum exhibit developer visits the House of Eternal Return. “While I was reading, small groups of people continually walked into the fireplace and never walked out.”
A Nashville Cryptography Expert Has Been Trying To Crack This CIA Riddle For 16 Years | Nashville Public Radio
“Nashville software developer Elonka Dunin spent the better part of two decades trying to unravel a mystery on the grounds of CIA headquarters in Langley…”
D&D Puzzle Box
This is a thing of beauty. I would love to be able to build physical puzzle boxes like this some day.
Parting puzzle
Name two actors who played father and son in a recent movie. One actor shares his last name with a popular brand. The other’s last name is a word used to describe a person who uses that brand. Who are they?
Answer to last week’s puzzle (in rot-13):
Onzobb -> Onzz-Onzz / Obb Obb
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