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A tragic end to a life leaving a young lady lying among mannequins.
The viewers have spoken, and the votes have been tallied in the Mannequin Murder Caption and Whodunit Theory contests.
Mannequin Murder Caption Contest winners
The voters selected the caption "A tragic end to a life leaving a young lady lying among mannequins." as their favorite. Claudia submitted that entry, and she wins a one-year Crime Scene membership.
The caption contest runner-up, John Taylor, wins a $10 Crime Scene coupon* for his caption "I'm a barbie girl, in the barbie world. Life in plastic, it's fantastic! you can brush my hair, undress me everywhere. Imagination, life is your creation."
Mannequin Murder Whodunit Theory Contest winners
The viewers chose "Overdose" as the best theory, and it was submitted by Claudia (who is having a good week at Crime Scene). For coming up with the top theory, Claudia wins the Crime Scene Marking Kit, which includes crime scene tape, evidence labels and toe tags so Claudia can mark off her own crime scene.
The Whodunit Theory Contest runner-up, kirsty, wins a $10 Crime Scene coupon* for her theory, "Romeo and Juliet."
Congratulations to all the winners! Information on how to collect your prizes will be sent to the email address you submitted with your entry.
* Crime Scene coupons can be used on Crime Scene store purchases or on Crime Scene memberships.
Have you entered our latest contest yet?
You only have a few days left to participate in the "It was a Wonderful Life" contest. Be sure to enter your Whodunit Theory and/or Caption by Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. PST.
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