This is it, the Season Two finale of Mystery Minnesota… and I hope you’re ready for it! As Roger’s story concludes a final dance with the otherworldly monster seems imminent and friends… well… not all stories have a happy ending.
Roger and Jimmy have one last confrontation with the monster known as Peppermint that seals the fate of not only Jimmy… but Roger as well.
We face the truth about how deep and complex the bond between brothers really is as we find out more about the narrators brother and edge ever closer to the end of Roger’s story about his younger brother Jimmy.
Roger, now grounded after the incident in the woods, is forced to unpack all that his mind had glossed over during the encounter with the monster… and what he finds is upsetting.
We learn to see the power of a brotherly bond as time get tough. As Roger’s tale unfolds the stakes become higher as brothers begin to realize this isn’t a game.
We learn that family can be the deciding factor that shapes who we become, and when bizarre things start happening around the Pitzi farm, Roger and Jimmy have stepped down a path that would change things forever.
We’re going to meet the cold, stone faced man named Roger Pitzi. Roger isn’t someone to tolerate and BS, and as we find out more about him, we’ll soon understand why.
We pick up right where we left off following the events of Ben and the Legend of Old Zeke as we set off to meet Roger Pitzi, the man Ben recommended we talk to because he just might be able to help us in our search for Mystery Minnesota.
With Season One in the books, a lot of you have been sending me some questions about Mystery Minnesota so I thought it’d be fun to do a bit of a post season wrap up!
It’s high stakes for Ben as he finds himself back where his story started, a potential showdown with Old Zeke and maybe much more in the Season One finale of Mystery Minnesota.