Mystery Party Go
Someone has gone missing. You probably won't find him, but you've been a loyal assistant and so you at least want to try to figure out where he went and why. Maybe then you'll understand what's happened and if he's still alive or not. Invites, packed with clues, have been sent out. If you received an invitation in the mail, login using the information provided to register for the party and get more details about what to expect. [CASE CLOSED]
A mix of Edgar Allen Poe, Agatha Christia, and a murder victim who wasn't. Each attendee had an identity (but no, they didn't have to act and pretend). They had clues that included riddles, ciphers, photographs, negatives, and maps. And though they worked together as a team, one by one they realized they were being murdered, too. They weren't really a team, after all, but in competition with each other to figure out the mystery. [CASE CLOSED]
A how-to guide and clue sheet related to this mystery party are available for purchase below.
Guide: Creating A Murder Mystery Party
In 2014, I threw an elaborate murder mystery party that combined several themes and had the guests traveling about town collecting clues. In this guide, I share with you how I did it so that you might get some ideas on how to do it yourself.
There is a companion PDF available for purchase that contains the detailed clues that went along with this game.