Host a Large Group Murder Mystery Party Like Felicia Did!
Felicia is one of our ‘repeat offenders’ if you will. Here are photos from four murder mystery dinners she’s hosted.
You too can use our murder mystery games to host a fabulous dinner party for large groups or for a fun team bonding corporate event.
We have a great selection of whodunit scripts that are lots of fun AND budget-friendly.
1857, New Orleans. This Mardi Gras Ball will become a swashbuckling pirate adventure to search for a dead man’s treasure chest. Felicia and her hubby are in the first photo below.
Y’all are invited to Miss Iggy’s, the best little whorehouse in Deadwood – or shall we say the deadliest?
- Circa 1880 -The Old West at its best! (OPTION: You can put this in any era you choose.)
- You can change the name of this mystery to Dead in Deadwood AND you can have it be a dance hall & saloon instead of a bordello. The girls then become can-can girls and nickel a dance girls.
Circa 1920’s. Someone in the family is out to destroy the Godfather. So much for loyalty to “da boss”.
You’re invited to one of Harold Logan’s (in)famous luaus and a fundraiser for HAAL, The Hawaiian Association of Authentic Leis. Great choice for a pool party.