Mary Melco
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Biographical information
Full name Mary Melco
Gender Female
Status Deceased
Personal information
Nationality United Kingdom British
Residence Parinaita
Profession(s) Land Owner
Game information
Appears in Parinaita (The Secrets)
First appeared Case #16: Never to Change the Past

Mary Melco was a suspect in the murder of English sea captain. Francis Drake in Never to Change the Past (Case #16 of The Secrets of Parinaita) and Spanish Lady, Lucy Wilonson, in In Blood and Guts (Case #17 of The Secrets of Parinaita) before becoming a victim in In a Bleeding Knightmare (Case #18 of The Secrets of Parinaita).

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Events in Criminal Case

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Murder Details

Mary was found, with James Jimason, impaled on two very long poles in the Knightmare's maze. It was a horrifying sight, according to Edward.

Killer and Motive

Mary's killer turned out to be Anne Lovegood

"They stopped her and questioned her about the murders. She denied everything but then she came out and revealed that she did kill them. When Edward questioned her as to why she did it. She revealed that she was the one who started the Knightmare maze with help from George McArther. She then revealed that it took some people dying to keep the maze up and running and that she never planned on killing that idiot but George made her, saying it was all for the greater good, she then revealed that Henry and Richard popped into the maze by accident, She was angry that any normal human could get into the maze and complete it. She said that Charles, Mary and James will mean that the maze runs for another 3 years. Edward was horrified by this motive and then arrested her for the murders and teleported her and George to the time machine."

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Case Appearances

Trivia

  • Mary is one of the only Characters to appear twice.
    • She is also one of the characters to appear as a suspect in two consecutive cases in The Secrets of Parinaita.
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