A cat goes missing and Violet Bookman begins to discover that not everything, or everyone, in Question Mark, Ohio, is what it appears.
Everything Begins at the End. Violet makes friends in her search, and begins to discover mysterious codes left around town.
Tragedy in Question Mark as Officer Ron Dublowski finds Mr. Business's cat collar in the woods.
Violet sets out to learn what she can about the strange music in the woods. It leads her to make another ally in her search.
With Ms. Twombley’s help, Violet follows a clue about a deceased British soldier who also heard the strange music in the woods.
Beware the endless circle. After a possibly ghostly encounter, Violet searches for answers regarding the source of the otherworldly music.
Violet looks for clues at Foreverland Pet Refrigeration and finds evidence that may link the mayor and her deceased husband to the town’s many disappearances.
Everything becomes even more complicated and dangerous after Violet meets a professor who warns her of a cult that believes a powerful creature is hiding in the woods.
Another tragedy occurs, leaving Violet and one of her closest allies heartbroken and looking for answers regarding the cult’s suspicious activities.
Violet learns that the scientists at the Experimental Crop Station might have several terrible secrets of their own.
Violet finally finds Mr. Business only to lose him in the glare of a strange purple light.
The strange purple light appears in town just before six-year-old Quentin Quinn goes missing.
While searching for Quentin Quinn, Violet befriends an unlikely ally and receives a strange new clue.
As new clues and riddles accumulate, Violet searches for the answer to the town's many disappearances.
Violet returns to Question Mark to discover the truth about the secret of the town’s disappearances.
New mysteries sharpen Violet’s investigation of the glowing white circle in the woods.
Episode twenty two
Violet unravels the cult’s plans to open The Void in order to bring about a new age of darkness.
In a quiet, unremarkable town in Ohio, everything has begun to disappear: first shoes, then street signs, then pets. After her neighbor’s beloved cat goes missing, an undaunted young woman named Violet Bookman sets out to uncover the strange secrets of the world around her and to find the truth of what’s been lost.
Welcome to Question Mark, Ohio, a new type of novel that unfolds across the Internet and allows readers to engage directly with the story by helping to solve each new mystery.
Follow Violet as she rides her bike from the unsettling forest to the abandoned bowling alley to the 2nd largest garbage dump in the state, meeting a cast of fascinatingly complicated characters: a broken-hearted police officer who dreams of being a music producer, an elementary school teacher who is looking for her brother’s ghost, a librarian with a collection of the saddest books in the world, a gigantic sanitation worker who only sweeps at night.
Each new location, each new character offers readers another puzzle to solve, another new story to explore, all in real time. Inspired by 20th century and 21st century serial stories, Question Mark, Ohio is a narrative experience like no other, a novel that depends on interaction between the reader and an ever-expanding world of wonder and strangeness. Only you can help Violet find the truth.
You are the key…