You put all the evidence in front of you: the newspaper
article, the photographs of the bodies,
the map of the site where they were found,
the journal pages written by the expedition's
doctor, the purser's supply list, and the dictionary.
EXAMINE THE CLUES BY CLICKING THE ITEMS ON THE TABLE.
"The question is," Claudia muses, "was there one common
thing that killed these five people? Such as, did they all die of food
poisoning, or yellow fever, or plague?"
"Or did they die from different causes, without any common
thread?" pipes up William. He's scribbling notes on a piece of paper.
After you examine the clues,
you're ready to discuss the
possible causes of death.
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