“Clean” Mysteries

The Winter Wonderland Murder Mystery Party

You're invited to the holiday party of the year! Betty Crosby, wife of famous football star Joseph Crosby, is hosting her annual Christmas Party fundraiser in her home. This year's theme is Winter Wonderland, and celebrities and society's elite are vying for an invitation. Betty's parties are marked with her "Big Reveal" of her Christmas Tree. Select photographers capture her big moment each year as the doors to the "Christmas Room" swing open and there stands Betty, clad in a designer dress and tiara, placing the star atop the giant tree. This year though, when the doors swing open, the guests find Betty has been murdered! Who killed her? Why? How? Question the suspects and find the killer, all while giving back this holiday season as you host The Winter Wonderland Murder! Can be used as a fundraiser of any size.

Murder at Cherry Creek Saloon Interactive Mingle Murder Mystery Party Game

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?

Murder at the Winery Murder Mystery Party Game – Gateway

In a remote area of Italy, high above a hill, sits Girato Nel Buio Winery. To celebrate their third year releasing the special vintage "Organo", they are holding a tasting, to which some of the industry's elite have been invited. But just before the tasting can commence, a man is found murdered in the cellars! Who killed him and why? Things, and people, are not who they seem!

Murder at Mardi Gras Mystery Game – Gateway!

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 […]

The Mysterious Affair At Stirling Hall Murder Mystery Party – Gateway!

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!

Murder at the Spa Mystery Party Game Gateway!

Gather the girls! It's time for some relation, pampering... and murder! An all-female murder mystery party that gives you a great excuse to get together with your girlfriends.

The Company Christmas Party Murder – Gateway!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year – a time of snow falling, twinkling lights and the excitement of Santa’s big arrival on Christmas day. It’s also the time for entertaining, and everyone in the company has gathered to celebrate the season. The festivities begin with a bang – the announcement of a murder! David Reese, a freelance consultant for the company, is found dead in the hallway! The celebration quickly turns into an interrogation as suspects are identified. Amidst eggnog and festive cheer, it’s up to everyone in the company to learn who killed David Reese and why!

The Phantom of the Auction House – Gateway!

The perfect mystery for any party! Two mysteries to solve - the identity of the killer and the mystery of the enigmatic Phantom!

Vampires vs. Werewolves Mystery Party – Gateway!

Vampires and werewolves face off once again! The peace treaty is broken when word comes of a vampire/werewolf hybrid that has been sommoned to the area by one of the suspects. was it vampire of werewolf who summoned it, and why would they break the treaty after 50 years of peace? A compelling non-murder mystery with an open setting, designed to fit your party, wherever you hold it!

The Masquerade Murder Mystery Party Game – Gateway

The Da Vinci Code of murder mystery parties! Set in St. Mark's Library in Venice and available in co-ed or all-female versions, determine why the librarian was murdered, what it has to do with the real-life Antikythera Mechanism, and whether the "key" to decoding the device is just a myth!