In her second detective adventure, young 1920's newspaper reporter Laura Bow is sent to cover the theft of an ancient egyptian dagger from a New York museum, where she soon finds herself facing both a tangled web of crime and corruption, and the terror of a stalking serial killer. Written by
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Laura Bow 2: The Bloody Dagger
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The hieroglyphics in the tunnel when Laura and Steve Dorian are escaping from the murderer mean "Buy Sierra games". See more
When looking at the slab of raw meat in the refrigerator at the storage room, the game message is "Yum! Just like Mom used to make!". But when using the corned beef sandwich on Laura, the game message is that she is vegetarian. See more
What's your name, little boy?
None o' yer beeswax.
You're quite the impertinent little boy, aren't you?
Yeah, well, my folks told me not to talk to strangers.
His name's Paul Untermeyer.
Yeah, but we call him Stinky, 'cuz his initials are PU!
References Hill Street Blues
The Archeologist Song
Music and lyrics by Bruce Balfour
Performed by Susan Kehler See more