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Twitter Murder Mystery Tonight

twitterlogo2323.jpgA Ball State Pop Culture and Communication class will host a Twitter murder mystery tonight, unraveling a crime story across ten Twitter feeds for fictional characters.

Below, we’ve collected the complete list of feeds involved in the mystery. The social media storytelling experiment will begin tonight at 7 p.m. EST, lasting about three hours.

Here’s more about the project: “Seven characters are going to a mansion for a dinner party when—what do you know—a murder takes place. Along with the host of the party, his surly butler, and the determined detective the crime will (probably) be solved … There are two ways to watch all of the comedic action. Keep track of the hashtag #popclue. All of the tweets will have that tag. Or you can follow all 10 characters which you can find at these links [below]” (Via Sarah Weinman)

http://twitter.com/DetectiveNotes

http://twitter.com/JennyFlowers01

http://twitter.com/LowlyButler

http://twitter.com/MisterGainey

http://twitter.com/MsProfessor

http://twitter.com/NextBestGangsta

http://twitter.com/PinkNRad

http://twitter.com/SteveOnTop

http://twitter.com/VirtualMom18

http://twitter.com/WriterTy

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