River Heights and Your Hometown

Have you played Alibi in Ashes and explored River Heights? Or perhaps you have read a few Nancy Drew books and picked up a few clues to what River Heights is like? Our summer intern, Indy, briefly went back to her hometown and made this video about the differences between her and Nancy Drew.

Is your hometown anything like River Heights? Do you have an ice cream shop and an interesting town hall? My hometown’s town hall is in the middle of some woods not far from a lake, so it feels way more like Moon Lake rather than River Heights. XD

Indy will stop by a few times this summer at the blog to write a few posts, so stay tuned! And be sure to watch her fun videos on our YouTube playlist here!

Side note: there are 3 days left until our Independence Day weekend sale. 😉

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-Little Jackalope

5 responses to “River Heights and Your Hometown”

  1. Hayden says:

    Hi you and her interactive should remaster game 2to 10 it would be cool

  2. Brianna Burgess says:

    Indy,
    Loved your video! In my second hometown we actually have a bank there that Bonnie and Clyde robbed from and we do Bonnie and Clyde Days every fall. So the history on that is really cool and I think that would be a fun type of history to put in a future Nancy Drew game. 🙂

  3. Kathryn says:

    I’m from a small southern town with a lot of cool and interesting history. The town is Macon, GA. You really should research it for a little bit sometime. I’m finding out new things everyday. Everything Sherman’s March to the Sea to Charlie Chaplin performing at the Grand Opera House and even things about great musicians and athletes. Wouldn’t change it for the world.

    • Indy says:

      Wow, your home town does seem really interesting! I have heard of it before in my history classes, but I will have to look more into it some time.

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