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.




Players Format/Cost Format/Cost
12 Print/$45.00+s/h Download/$35.00


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Each mystery game party includes the following:

  • Story of the crime and circumstances for the party/gathering
  • List of cast members
  • Individual character packets
  • “Rules” for playing the game
  • Hosting Packet, which includes instructions on how to play the game, timing and organization tips for the host, how to plan the party and select player parts, etc.
  • Historical background if necessary
  • A summary of who, how, and why the crime was done
  • Decision booklet (for Choose Your Own Ending games)
  • Performance and dressing tips
  • FREE personalized invitation – email or print and mail
  • Link to a personalized “Dead Stone” Pinterest Board with decorating, food, and costume ideas!

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