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A Fourth of July Mystery Game

As many of you know, Whodunnit Mysteries has been around for almost 30 years.  Can you believe it? 30 years! It seems as if nobody stays in business that long anymore.  Luckily, Whodunnit is a family business run exclusively by family members who have a passion for writing, mysteries, games and parties.

In preparation of our 30th anniversaries, we’ve brainstormed several new and exciting changes to Whodunnit Mysteries. The first is a change in ownership.  Though darling sister, Patty, has been amazing at running Whodunnit for the past few years, she has decided to move on to bigger and better things. Namely, escape rooms!! (more about that in the future). Since then, the Crazy Cady Sisters have decided to continue our parents’ legacy and run Whodunnit Mysteries under our corporation, enabling us to produce more games, offer a wider variety, and allow us to update our existing games to include more contemporary themes and party ideas.

We’re incredibly excited with the changes. If you’ve been on our site lately, you may have already seen a few minor tweaks.  This is just a taste!

To celebrate, we want to start by re-introducing you to the Lake Washington Mystery Game.  If you’re looking for a Fourth of July related party game, the Lake Washington jewel theft is a great all-girls mystery game party.

Can you find out who stole Abbie Appleslugger’s red, white and blue jewels? Or will her family fortune be a few million dollar lighter after the Fourth of July?

Click HERE to learn more. 


BONUS!!  Buy in the month of June and get $10 off the purchase of your game.  Hurry! Print games are limited to supplies on hand!

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    My partner and I stumbled over here from a different page and thought I might as well check things out. I like what I see so now i’m following you. Look forward to looking into your web page yet again.

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      Thank you for dropping us a line! We’re so happy you liked what you saw 🙂 We try to get a new blog post out every week to let you know what’s up in the world of Whodunnit. Have a wonderful week!

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    Your games look interesting. We have done many murder mystery games over the years in several different formats .We have found that the most fun ones are where someone gets to ham it up “dying” at the party instead of finding out who died prior to the party. Are your games actually murder mysteries or are they solve the mystery type of a game? Thank you in advance.

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      All of our games are figuring out who did the crime. I an intrigued by your idea about the ‘death’ at the party, though. That does sound like fun.


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