The year is 1899 in New Orleans, and Mardi Gras celebrations are underway. Parade floats fill the streets and each evening, various Krewes throw lavish masked balls. You’re invited to the Calypso Ball, the inaugural ball hosted by the first-ever all-female krewe. The guest list is varied, as Calypso has invited one of the oldest all-male krewes, Sinis, to attend their exclusive soiree. The identities of the members of both Calypso and Sinis are a mystery, and are guarded heavily by each krewe. Masks are essential to concealing each person’s identity as they all convene for an evening of anonymous exuberance and decadence. But when a man in a gold mask takes a fatal tumble down the stairs, it’s quickly realized that a devious plot is afoot. The guests’ heavily-guarded identities must be revealed to find out who killed the man in the gold mask, and why!
The Mysterious Affair At Stirling Hall Murder Mystery Party Gallery"Clean" Mysteries, 4 Angel, Adult Gateway, Birthday Party, Costumes Required, Edwardian (Titanic/Downton Abbey Era), Just For Fun, Mansion/Elite Society, Outdoor, Roaring 20's/Flapper, Steampunk
Jane Austen and Downton Abbey have nothing on Stirling Hall! A murder mystery set in old day Britain, perfect for a Victorian, Regency/Georgian or Edwardian-themed party!
The year is 1979 and the disco has ruled for almost a decade. Each evening, celebrities, politicians and other social royalty attend Studio Paradise, while every-day people line up outside the doors, hoping for the chance to get into the exclusive club or, failing that, spot a celebrity. At first it seems like any other evening at Studio Paradise, but when the owner, Louis Savage, is found shot outside his office, the patrons become suspects as his killer is sought. It’s up to the patrons of Studio Paradise to determine who had the motive, means and opportunity to kill the owner of Studio Paradise!
A murder mystery with characters inspired by superhero and villain favourites! The worst supervillain the world has ever seen has announced his retirement, but is found dead at the Peace Convention! Who killed him, why and how?
Aloha and welcome to the Make Kaka resort, a luxurious Hawaiian resort where guests can enjoy drinks and dinner in the open air Tiki Bar, private surfing lessons with the resident surfing instructor Keanu and authentic Polynesian music and dancing shows each evening on the stage. The private beach offers a tranquil place for relaxation, which is where The Hula Hut, a small open-air hut selling hula dolls, is located. But when one of the owners of The Hula Hut is found dead, killed with a coconut behind the hut, guests and staff alike suddenly find themselves suspects in a murder investigation! Question the suspects, piece together the clues and solve the mystery – the killer could be YOU!
The captain has been found murdered in his quarters. Suddenly, the pirate crew are suspects. Everyone is, by definition, a scoundrel, but which one of these salty dogs actually killed the captain?
The Sly Mr. Foxx Interactive Mingle Murder Mystery Party Game Gallery3 Angel, Adult Gateway, Birthday Party, Costumes Required, Edwardian (Titanic/Downton Abbey Era), Featured, Just For Fun, Mansion/Elite Society, Roaring 20's/Flapper, Summer Party
A Great Gatsby-esque murder mystery party set in a mansion in the Roaring 20's. Find out who killed Dahlia Sparrow, but also the identity of The Sly Mr. Foxx and his mysterious reasons for inviting such a strange mix of people to his private party this evening!
It's 1857 and the California Gold Rush is just coming to an end. In the sleepy town of Cherry Creek, the saloon is the only source of entertainment for locals and those passing through en route to San Fransisco. Suddenly, a saloon brawl breaks out, and when the dust settles, one man is dead. Who killed him, and what became of the sac he wore on his belt?
The perfect mystery for any party! Two mysteries to solve - the identity of the killer and the mystery of the enigmatic Phantom!
Liquor, cigarettes and betrayal... it's time for the AdAge Convention at The Jury's Inn, gathering the top advertising reps of the 1960's in the same city. It doesn't matter how they spin this - murder is never good publicity.