This site provides students with an opportunity to "do" history by examining historical documents related to the murder of William Robinson. The site is designed to entice students into history with an invitation to solve this murder mystery. It teaches critical thinking skills, and provides students with an opportunity to learn to think historically as they examine the collection of archival documents provided. The site is designed to be used in conjunction with in-class lectures/discussions and the designers provide teachers with a guide on how to use the site which includes sample exercises. The guide can by obtained by emailing the creators. Overall this is a wonderful site which allows students to learn to interpret history in an engaging way.