Advanced party hosting tip comin' atcha! There's a strange phenomenon that happens at larger parties and events. We have observed this time and time again at larger parties of anything more than around 12 people. It's something we call... Bunching Yes, we know, for creative people, that's not a very creative title, but stay with [...]
25-50 People for your Murder Mystery Party or Event? This number of people for a murder mystery party usually comes with a change of venue! We throw murder mystery parties locally where we are in conjunction with a local establishment that is 20s themed, so we have loads of examples of how to throw a [...]
Bigger Party of 20-25 People? If you have just a FEW people over the 20 character cap, you have a couple of options that are different from - say - 25 and up. The tricky part with a 23-ish guest list is that now you have a handful who aren't suspect characters while everyone else [...]
Small Event of 6-20 People? Smaller murder mystery parties of six to twenty people are a perfect match for all of our mystery packages. Every mystery party package we launch includes versions for 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 suspects, with two optional "Witness" roles available to purchase as an extra add-on. When [...]
One of the biggest questions we get here at SHOT is, how many suspects (AKA 'Characters') should I have for my murder mystery party investigation? Our packages are sold by the number of suspects, so you need to know how many suspects you want to have before you purchase and download your mystery party kit. [...]
A 1950s era murder mystery party game set in a small town sock hop in the fifties with a theme like Grease and Archie Comics. 6-18 suspect versions available, can accommodate unlimited players as sleuths.
It's 1956 in Winter Springs, an idyllic town that is the personification of the 'dream life', with white picket fences line the streets, behind which live the happiest families! At least, that's what the residents of Winter Springs would have you believe...
Long lay the world in sin and error pining… 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 friends and family have gathered to celebrate the season. The festivities begin with a bang – the announcement of a murder! David Reese, a guest at the party, is found dead in the hallway! The celebration quickly turns into an interrogation as the suspects are identified. Amidst eggnog and Christmas carols, it’s up to the party guests to learn who killed David Reese and why!