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The Final Journey
Season 1
City Grimsborough
District Historical Center
Case # 23
Release date 12th April 2013
Partner(s) David Jones (All Chapters)

Eduardo Ramirez (Additional Investigation)

Preceded by Succeeded by
To Die or Not to Die Anatomy of a Murder

The Final Journey is a case featured in Criminal Case, appearing as the twenty-third case of the game as well as the city of Grimsborough. It takes place in the Historical Center, a district based in Grimsborough.


The victim was Daniel Taylor, who was found dead in his attic with no visible wounds on his body. The killer was the victim's girlfriend, Lily Robinson.

Daniel wanted to leave Grimsborough and go to Australia with or without Lily, but Lily did not want to leave the city since it was her home and she belonged there. Even her grandmother felt discarded when Daniel warned that he was leaving anyway. According to Lily, she and Daniel were soulmates and she could not let her love go away from her. So without any other choice, Lily poisoned Daniel with a deadly flower called Ultimum Viaticum (or "Last Journey").

For the murder of Daniel, Lily was sentenced to 15 years in jail with a chance for parole in 6 years. Following the verdict, Jones took some time to state that there was about to be a new exhibit at the local museum.



  • Daniel Taylor (found lying dead in his attic with no visible wound on his body)

Murder Weapon

  • Ultimum Viaticum (also known as "Last Journey")


  • Lily Robinson


Killer's Profile

  • The killer likes gardening.
  • The killer has pollen on their clothes.
  • The killer wears Alligators.
  • The killer wears this motif.
  • The killer wears lipstick.

Crime Scenes


Chapter 1


  • Investigate Dusty Attic. (Clues: Victim's Body, Phone, Backpack)
  • Autospy The Victim's Body. (18:00:00)
  • Examine Phone. (Result: Unlocked Phone)
  • Analyze Phone. (00:30:00) 
  • Talk to Lily Robinson.
  • Examine Backpack. (Clue: Airline Ticket)
  • Talk to Victoria Taylor.
  • Investigate Tea Room. (Clue: Torn Photo)
  • Examine Torn Photo. (Result: Photo)
  • Examine Photo. (Result: Text Photo)
  • Talk to Gertude Piccadilly.
  • Go to Chapter 2. (1 star)

Chapter 2


  • Talk to Gertrude Piccadilly.
  • Investigate Tea Table. (Clue: Cup of Tea)
  • Examine Cup of Tea. (Result: Fingerprints)
  • Analyze Fingerprints. (00:30:00)
  • Talk to Molly Robinson.
  • Investigate Greenhouse. (Clues: Pile of Flowers)
  • Examine Pile of Flowers. (Result: Flower)
  • Analyze Flower. (06:00:00; Murder Weapon registered: Ultimum Viaticum; Attribute: Killer has pollen on their clothes)
  • Talk to Charles Parker.
  • Talk to Lily Robinson.
  • Investigate Greenhouse. (Clues: Shoeprint)
  • Examine Shoeprint. (Result: Alligators Shoeprint; Attribute: Killer wears Alligators)
  • Go to Chapter 3. (1 star)

Chapter 3


  • Talk to Charles Parker.
  • Investigate Attic Corner. (Clues: Alligators, Note)
  • Examine Alligators. (Result: DNA)
  • Analyze DNA. (00:30:00)
  • Examine Note. (Result: Molly's Note)
  • Talk to Molly Robinson.
  • Talk to Victoria Taylor.
  • Examine Garden Shears. (Result: Fibers)
  • Analyze Fibers. (06:00:00; Attribute: Killer wears this motif)
  • Investigate Plants. (Clue: Garden Gloves)
  • Examine Garden Gloves. (Result: Pollen)
  • Analyze Pollen. (06:00:00; Attribute: Killer wears lipstick)
  • Take care of the killer now!
  • Go to Additional Investigation. (1 star)

Additional Investigation


  • Talk to Gertrude Piccadilly about her troubles.
  • Investigate Tea Room. (Clue: Broken China)
  • Examine Broken China (Result: China Teapot)
  • Give back her teapot to Gertude Piccadilly. (Reward: Burger)
  • Talk to Victoria Taylor about her problems.
  • Investigate Dusty Attic. (Clue: Locked Trunk)
  • Examine Locked Trunk. (Result: Photo Trunk)
  • Give the photos back to Victoria Taylor. (Reward: 200 XP)
  • Talk to Charles Parker about his plants.
  • Investigate Plants. (Clue: Pile of Flowers)
  • Examine Pile of Flowers. (Result: Rotten Hydrangea)
  • Analyze Rotten Hydrangea. (03:00:00)
  • Explain the disease to Charles Parker. (Reward: Overall, Botanist Hat)
  • Move on to the next case! (2 stars)


  • This case is the only instance in Grimsborough in which the murder weapon is a plant. The only other instance that had this note is The Root of All Evil, a case in Pacific Bay.
  • In the crime scene "Dusty Attic", you can spot a man's silhouette riding a bike to the moon, which is a reference to the 1982 American science-fiction/fantasy film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.


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