Agatha Christie's career as a mystery novelist is one of the biggest in history. With a whopping 66 novels to her name, including massive hits like Murder on the Orient Express, And Then There Were None, and The Murder at the Vicarage, she's even listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the best-selling author of all time!
Like any great mystery novelist, Christie has inspired plenty of people to become detectives or police officers in order to solve murders and make the world a safer place for people to live. Who knows how many lives might have been saved because of her stories?
Well, it turns out we know of at least one case! And the craziest part of it? This case happened a year after Christie's death!