I have been told more than once that the look of the crime scene absolutely doesn't have anything to do with anything, and that all the crime scene is there for is to find physical evidence.
However, I've been keeping records of sorts and I'm seeing patterns. They're not 100 % proof, but for the sake of statistics I'm putting this call out here asking for help.
What I'd like you to do is this:
When you get to the point in solving a case where you have all your suspects with false alibis isolated (minus potential dead ones and anyone cleared by using the research skill):
Copy + paste the description of the crime scene and the stats of the remaining suspects (including relation to victim, build and motive).
Then simply send it to me in a PM (Sleuth mail) and I will return to you a rating of all of the suspects from zero and up with zero being "least likely to be the killer" and the highest number "most likely to be the killer". Then you return to me a PM telling me who was indeed the killer.
As for now I can only notice that my system seems to be working, but some numbers on it would be nice.
Thanks in advance for any help I get.
ps. I don't know if there's an official word from Ben on wether or not the crime scene does indeed have nothing to do with anything, but even if there is one or he gives one I still would like to do this, for the heck of it. It's fun. Thanks.