You want to believe all mysteries can be solved. If you could figure out who, what, where, when, why and how, you could stop more pain and sorrow from spreading. At least, if you had the answers, you could stop any more confusion or further worry.
Even when someone has committed a crime like murder, you want to believe that despite how horrific it was, it was done for a reason. You could understand if someone got greedy and wanted someone else's money because who couldn't use help with their finances. Or someone got jealous of someone's affection for another because you are never sure if the one who you love loves you as much as you love them.
Yes, the criminals took it too far. Yes, they made an irrevocably bad decision, but you can understand some of the feelings that incited the crime. That's what draws you in to solve a mystery. You must know what compelled someone to do it. What were they thinking? What were they feeling? What were the dramatic circumstances that lead to the heinous crime? And do they really believe they'll get away with it? You won't let them. You'll hunt down the clues, puzzle together the scattered evidence and finally have the satisfaction of knowing and preventing any more harm.
These little cards I created also hold mysteries. I don't think there was a crime committed in them. But maybe, there was. You'll have to decide. You'll have to put on your Sherlock Holmes cap and tell me. Unfortunately, they ask more questions than supply answers.
First off, we have a "Ghost Bunny Girl" card.
Who is this bunny girl? Why is she a ghost? How did she die? She must have had a deadly accident while dancing in the moonlight among the blooming flowers. What other explanation is there (I bet you can think up 1 or 2 more)?
Next, we have an "Invisible Ghost Bunny" card.
What is the Invisible Ghost Bunny signaling with his hands? Is he part of a secret society or club? Is he benevolent or malevolent? He must have a very important secret code or message that he had to came back to tell the living. What other explanation is there (I bet you can think up 1 or 2 more)?
Finally, we have a "Ghost Bunny Home" card.
Why is the ghost bunny a home? Is the bunny sad? Is it a haunted house? Who would live in this sad, haunted house? A bunny girl must have wished her dead pet bunny back to life, so she could forever be comforted by him being near her. What other explanation is there (I bet you can think up 1 or 2 more)?
There are a lot of mysteries to solve around here. If you'd like your turn at uncovering secrets, discovering magic, and getting into a little bit of trouble (aka adventure), may I suggest getting on "The Secret List" for "The Secret Society of Magical Creatures". Click on the link to start getting secrets and going on a magical adventure.