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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based the visual style of the game on the artwork of J.C. Leyendecker. In addition, the cover for the game is based on Leyendecker's cover for the 18 March 1905 issue of the Saturday Evening Post. See more
In the opening of the game. Laura Bow goes inside the Newspaper Tribune and into Sam Augustini's office. While Laura is having an Interview with Sam, a Newspaper bulletin behind Sam says The Hindenburg explodes. The Hindenburg event didn't explode until Thursday, May 6, 1937. This game took place in 1926, 11 years before the Hindenburg disaster event happened. See more
It is a unicorn, left over from a King's Quest game.
The Archeologist Song
Music and lyrics by Bruce Balfour
Performed by Susan Kehler See more