Mystery Scenarios

Where and when does your mystery event take place? This is the scenario of your mystery, and has a direct impact on the types of characters your guests will play and the overall theme of the party. When you book an event with us, you will choose one of the scenarios below for your mystery.


Haunted Homicide Murder Event Party

Infamous scientist and inventor Dr. Jacques DeRapier has invited his friends and family to the spacious and ancient Kirkoswald Keep to a weekend party to celebrate All Hallow’s Eve. Kirkoswald Keep has a reputation almost as big as that of Dr. DeRapier himself, and there are rumors that its corridors are haunted by vengeful spirits. To begin the weekend, a sumptuous Halloween feast has been planned, and as the guests assemble in the dining room in anticipation, the spooky merriment takes a foul turn when Dr. DeRapier’s body is found on the floor of his study in a massive pool of blood, a knife in his throat. Which of his guests is guilty of killing their host? Did the secrets of Kirkoswald Keep catch up with its owner? Learn More

Deck the Halls
with Merry Murder!

Deck the Halls with Merry Murder Event Party

It is Christmas Eve, and B.B. Blitzen, president and founder of Blitzen Toys, Inc., is hosting his annual party for his family members and employees at his luxurious New York brownstone. An hour into the evening, the cocktails have been flowing freely and the conversation has been excited, and everyone seems to be in a festive mood. The cheerful atmosphere quickly becomes pandemonium, however, when an explosion from B.B.’s study rocks the brownstone. B.B., who was alone in his study when the explosion occurred, has been killed in the blast, and it quickly becomes obvious that he was murdered. It seems like everyone on the guest list has a motive to kill their host, but which one of them masterminded this very merry murder? Learn More

Murder in the
Hill Country

Murder in the Hill Country Event Party

Wealthy oil tycoon J.G. Hewitt has invited his friends, family, and business associates for a weekend party at his sprawling ranch in the Texas Hill Country to celebrate his 60th birthday. Champagne is poured, dinner is served, and J.G. and his guests retire for the evening. The celebration turns to tragedy, however, when J.G.’s bloody corpse is found in the sitting room the next morning. It soon becomes obvious that a number of people had motives to want J.G. dead, but only one of them is the murderer! Could it be his wife? His former business partner and mentor? His secretary? It’s up to you to question the suspects, unravel the clues, and unmask the killer of J.G. Hewitt…it may just end up being YOU! Learn More

Most English

Murder Most English Event Party

It is July 15, 1935. The elderly Lady Edytha Kemp has invited several close friends and family members to her spacious English estate in Hampshire for a festive celebration of St. Swithin’s Day. Kemp Mansion becomes a swarm of activity for a day, including light cocktails, card games, and dancing to phonograph records until 4:00 arrives, when Lady Edytha leads her party into the garden to raise a cup of tea, snack on biscuits, and observe and predict the weather for the next 40 days, as is the custom. However, the raucous celebration turns to dismay when Lady Edytha keels over in a most undignified manner. She has been poisoned! Who amongst her guests is guilty of the dastardly deed? It could be anyone…even you! Learn More