For some of us, the board game Clue, or one of its many variants, was our first foray into the world of investigation. Participants move around the board, gathering facts about a recent murder and eliminating possibilities, to piece together a conclusion like "Ms. Peacock killed Colonel Mustard in the study with a candlestick." This beloved, somewhat ominous children's game highlights the importance of answering the big five questions when a critical event occurs: Who? What? When? Where? Why?