Events Calendar each year on-line & print for following all meetings schedule.
Reproductions form to order selected “copies” of items, pictures or documents.
Evolution of the Detective & Private Eye thru a world-wide chronological view.
P.I. Archeologist is where anyone can contribute to story of the P.I.’s evolution.
Ambassador Program role is for the serious and proven contributor to P.I. History.
Historical development of camera, recorder, polygraph, voice-stress, etc. and etc..
Advertising & Marketing examples used by us in the past with pictures with text.
Famous Detectives and Private Eyes, both living and dead, including not only our heroes & legends but our scoundrels, fakes, frauds and some really “dumb” ones.
Real & fictional Detectives and Private Eyes from literature, film, radio, T.V., etc.
Books that were authored by or written about Detectives, Spies and Private Eyes.
Female, ethnic, disabled, religion based, alternative-life-style, and other distinct P.I.s.
“First’s of anything” from US States, Major Cities and the “same” world-wide.
Detective & Private Eye licensing regulations throughout the USA & the world.
Odd, strange or even bizarre “talents” that some Detective or Private Eye has.
Jokes and cartoons that include or are about Detectives, Spies or Private Eyes.
Articles, radio or T.V. segments that have to do with Detectives or Private Eyes.
Detectives or Private Eyes who have an expertise and are available as speakers.
Training and educational programs of all types that have to do with our work.
Magazines, newsletters, radio talk-shows, T.V.-shows that are about what we do.
Detective or Private Investigator based organizations: local, national and world.
Job “search of” or “job hiring” situations for those who may find a “connection”.
Detectives or Private Eyes who are in the “news” with a current case of theirs.
Screenwriters, producers, authors, T.V. shows, news programs looking for P.I.’s.
Detectives or Private Eyes who are currently in jail or prison for a criminal act.
State license plates with Detective, Spy or Private Eye theme, name, reference, etc. as well as those plates issuing from offices of DMV’s from around the world.
Board Games with Detective, Spy or Private Eye type themes/elements in them.
Vendors of products and services to our industry organized for easy searching.
Comprehensive white pages style listing of every known Detective or Private Eye.
Products that have been commercially marketed using Detective, Spy or Private Eye in the visual and verbal presentation to the potential buying public at large.
Grave Marker “Rubbings” from the actual headstones of our hero’s and legends.
What will our profession be like in every way in 10, 20, 50 and even 100 years?
Missing person and un-solved case participation section that’s open to volunteers.
P.I. Museum-On-Wheels page where supporters tell us where we should go next.
Media Kit to help supporter’s get local press about themselves and P.I. Museum.
Loan Program is for supporters to ask us for a selection of our items for a project.
Honor Roll and Hall of Fame is a place where we can truly give deserved praise.
Look-A-Like Program will allow us to learn who the perfect matches are for those fictional characters who “play” us in the movies such as: Magnum P.I., 007 or James Bond, Kojak, Jim Rockford, Maxwell Smart & 99, Sherlock Holmes, Sgt. Joe Friday of Dragnet, etc.. My friend Tony Heller makes a living as “Bogie”.
Families of Detectives, Private Eyes and Security Professionals over generations.
P.I. Firms: Father-Son, Mother-Daughter, Gay Couples, and Lesbian Couples.
Prolifically helpful P.I.’s such as: Steven Brown, Allan Cardoza, Ali Ammar, Gretchen D. Lichtenberger, John Grogan, Jimmie Mesis, Mike Dores. With their profiles and their contributions to this area all P.I.’s would be benefiting greatly.
Most often asked questions with the best or several good answers we know of.
“Quotes” in support of P.I. Museum and it’s work from respected P.I’s as well as famous people from fields such as: politicians, actors, artists, CEO’s, others (?).
P.I. “Trivia” includes those who are the oldest, youngest, sexiest, tallest, shortest, smallest, lightest, heaviest, ugliest, prettiest, toughest, coolest, most colorful, bravest, strongest, funniest, dumbest… can’t we all think of someone we know?
Detective and Private Eye Cars that we have include Hal Lipset’s 1972 Citroen SM, Columbo’s (I have one located whatever it is), J.J. Armes’ (he promised his old Lincoln Town Car loaded with special features) and we are still looking for Magnum P.I.’s Ferrari, Rockford’s Pontiac Firebird, Maxwell Smart’s Alpine, 007 James Bond’s Austin Martin, Kojak’s and Sgt. Joe Friday’s Ford LTD.