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Live Role-Playing Murder Mystery Game
Case of the Dead Stone
Players:  12 Era:   Present Day
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder
  Harriet Stone was a woman who enjoyed life and adventure. She divorced Robert Stone 10 years ago after he was unwilling to subordinate his career to hers. They were the parents of two children, Eugene "Rocky" Stone and Susan Stone Green. Harriet was the President of "I Grow" (net worth $4.2 million) a rapidly expanding company with a formula for a working hair restorative. In fact, it is a permanent cure for baldness. "I Grow" is being courted by several large drug and cosmetic companies and rumors have it that Harriet has been offered at least $80 million in cash for the company. As the sole owner, she would make a bundle. On Wednesday, Harriet's body was found lying across the dinner table with a knife in her back. There was no evidence of a struggle, but Harriet did have a look of great anguish on her face. Police suspect foul play (is anyone surprised?) and with an estate worth millions of dollars, people are even suspecting the cat next door. If you get too close to solving the murder during the party, you may want to watch what you eat and drink for a while.   Bonuses:  
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12 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
 
not rated $35.00$45.00
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Mystery Haunted Group Role Playing Murder Party
Castle Glenn
Players:  14 Era:   Present Day
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Intrigue
  Sir Montgomery Glenn was found dead in his castle at Mousey, England. After a Viking burial that same day, the treasure hunt began. The treasure is rumored to be worth $21 million in gold and everyone wants a piece of that pie.  The castle has a garden maze on the grounds, secret passages, ghost sightings, and lots of strange visitors (many of whom spend days and weeks in the area). It’s a great place to visit, but there is just one tiny little problem. Who killed Sir Glenn, and if you find the treasure, are you next?   Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
14 Print/$50.00+s/h Download/$40.00
 
not rated $40.00$50.00
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American West Murder Mystery Group Party
Cattle Skull Crossing
Players:  25-50 Era:   1880s American West
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Theft
This is the group version of the Silver Slipper mystery game.
  The banker (Major Dan Dupont) was found dead at the mouth of an old abandoned mine. Could this be the fabled lost "Silver Slipper" silver mine? If you become a Sheriff, a Farmer's daughter, School Marm, Indian, Outlaw, drifting cowboy, Lawyer, rancher's widow, miner, or banker's assistant, you'll be one of the 10 main characters, and one of you committed this terrible crime.     Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
25-50 Print/$95.00+s/h Download/$75.00
 
not rated $75.00$95.00
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European Live Murder Mystery Role Playing party
Death Leaves on Track 13
Players:  25-50 Era:   1900s Europe
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Espionage, Theft
  The year is 1909, and on this wild train ride across Europe, everyone is a Spy! There are six master spies, one moderator, and five teams of spies who are searching for a stolen formula and trying to discover who killed poor Ivan, the last person to be known to have the formula. In this raucous game, everyone is a participant in one way or another--a Master Spy or a Team Member. This mystery is great for reunions, corporate team building, church groups, fund raisers, school groups (14 years or older) or just having a great time. Slip on your trench coat and come join the fun!   Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
25-50 Print/$95.00+s/h Download/$75.00
 
not rated $35.00$45.00
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World War II Ship Murder Mystery Party Live Role Playing Team Building
Death Sails on the Oceania
Players:  25-50 Era:   World War II
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Theft, Espionage
  It is 1943 and these are dark times in most parts of the world. Ship cruises are at an all-time high – if you happen to “cruise” on a troop ship or military ship of any kind. Submarines, airplanes, and mines have made any other kind of "cruise" very dangerous. The Oceania is a fast, sleek passenger liner registered in Canada. Because of her speed, this ship will not travel in a convoy but will sail directly from Nova Scotia to Portsmouth, England. It is carrying $40 million in gold bars to aid in the war effort, secret messages and plans. It also carries a new set of equipment (Mark 1) designed to pinpoint enemy submarines both above and below the surface of the sea. If a ship can use this equipment to evade U-Boats, the tide of the war could quickly change. Gold, espionage, and patriotism may be motives for mayhem. Whatever the reason, with this much gold on board you can be sure that danger and death stalk this ship.   Bonuses:  
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25-50 Print/$95.00+s/h Download/$75.00
 
not rated $75.00$95.00
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Civil War Live Action Role Playing LARP Murder Mystery Spy Espionage
Follow the Flag
Players:  10  Era:   Civil War
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Theft
  Courage is a subjective thing. Rancid pork, beans, and hard tack you can put up with, but a Minnie Ball in some part of your body is another thing. And then there is the pay. Today is payday, but the paymaster is dead and the payroll is gone. Even worse, there were irregularities and the troops weren't paid for last month, either. Join us at Headquarters where we do our part to support the war efforts and find the killer and thief (or thieves). Courage can take you only so far, and the war will be lost if you don’t find that missing payroll, and fast!   Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
10 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
 
not rated $35.00$45.00
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Tropical Hawaiian Murdery Mystery Group Game
Hawaiian Holiday
Players:  10 or 11-30 Era:   Present Day
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Theft
  The brochure never advertised "Come to Hawaii and Die"! Ned and Martha were just part of a tour group, out for fun and adventure. Why did they feel that they were in danger? This may have been less fun and more adventure than they wanted, but they can't ask for a refund now!  Dust off your Hawaiian shirts, get out the sun tan lotion, sun glasses, and leis, and sprinkle sand in your friends' hair as you solve the murder. As you are all strangers in a tour group, everyone is a suspect. A word of advice…Don’t go near the water! Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
10 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
11-30 Print/$75.00+s/h Download/$60.00
 
not rated $35.00$75.00
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Science Fiction Sci-Fi Murder Mystery Party Game
Mystery From Space
Players:  10 Era:   Present Day
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder
  Doctor Elas was a scientist working on a matter transfer machine (think “Beam me up Scotty”). From all appearances he had successfully transferred matter into his laboratory from other locations. However, he didn't appear to be as successful in transferring matter back.  Although Doctor Elas worked with only one assistant and was very tight-lipped about his work, rumors abound. He was the subject of intense scrutiny by the FBI, CIA, PTA, UPS, AARP, and several foreign governments. It’s now Wednesday afternoon and the police have gathered everyone together to begin the investigation into his murder. If you can help identify the killer, maybe everyone can be cleared and get home in time for the late, late movie, “Tarzan and King Kong Hold Little Rock Hostage.”   Bonuses:  
Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
10 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
 
not rated $35.00$45.00
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Disability Awareness Live Action Role Playing Mystery Game
See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil
Players:  10 or 15 Era:   Present Day
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Murder, Intrigue
 Note: This game is designed to increase awareness of and better proficiency in interacting with the disabled. Excellent for organizations, schools, churches, and any group who want to learn and have a good time, yet have an unusual party. A great team building game because a key to success in solving this mystery is for each of the players to learn to pool their capabilities and co-operate to solve the mystery.
  It’s a nice summer day and a group of people from Happy Care Facility are at the Park and Zoo for a picnic and special outing. All appeared to be having a good time and sharing experiences. Some clients are unable to speak with the others due to either language or physical impairments. Other clients are hearing impaired, while still others are blind. They have learned to work together and they complement each other well as a team. The blind are often accompanied by the deaf, who describe what they are seeing. Those who cannot talk, sign to the deaf. No one person has more than one impairment. About 3:15 p.m. the terrified chaperon was found in the Penguin pond. He had been gagged, his hands tied behind his back, and his legs bound together. After he was tossed in the water, all he could do was to stand on his tip toes and hope help would come soon. If he grew too tired he would sink under the water to his death. He said that he was struck from behind and bound and gagged after being blindfolded. His attacker(s) did not say anything and he is unable to identify them. This attack comes just eight days after the mysterious death of another patient. The autopsy has not been made public yet, and the management of Happy Care are adamant this crime wave be stopped.
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Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
10 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
15 Print/$55.00+s/h Download/$45.00
 
not rated $35.00$55.00
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American West Murder Mystery Game
The Silver Slipper
Players:  10 or 11-20 Era:   1880s American West
Gender:  M&F Crime:   Theft, Murder
 NOTE: A larger team building/group version of this game is available as the "Cattle Skull Crossing" game.
  Major Dan Dupont was with General Sherman in his march to the sea. The Major considered this one of the high points of his life – since he had official permission to loot and destroy whatever he wanted. The Major managed to confiscate several valuable articles during the march which he sent back North to his home with the evacuated wounded. Many men were willing to carry things to safety for him, if he made sure they got on the wagon train home. If, within a month, Major Dupont did not get word that the items had arrived safely, he declared the soldier a deserter and the man was then arrested and jailed, or shot, as the Major saw fit. Major Dupont moved to Cattle Skull four years after the war, and, using funds from the sale of “liberated” Southern items, started up a bank. He was careful to keep things honest and slowly grew in power and wealth. Now he is one of Cattle Skull’s leading citizens and most town folks ignore the rumblings from the little farmers and ranchers about unfair rates and terms for loans. Three weeks ago, the Major's stately manor on the hill overlooking town caught fire and burned to the ground. The Major's hound must have interrupted the criminal(s) as the dog's body was found shot in the front yard. On Wednesday Dupont's body was found at the mouth of an abandoned and worthless mine. He had been shot in the back. Which of the mean-minded, buzzard-breath, slimy snakes in this gathering killed poor old Dan Dupont? Strap on your guns and join in the search to find the killer of Major DuPont. If Major Dupont did find the fabled lost silver mine, “The Silver Slipper”, it may be up for grabs if no claim has been filed and the claim owner will be an instant millionaire!
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  • Cast List 10 Player
  • Cast List 11-20 Player
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Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
10 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00
11-20 Print/$70.00+s/h Download/$55.00
 
not rated $35.00$70.00
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