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We provide a variety of murder mystery kits and also a number of mystery not murder games.
The portly gent who dresses in red won’t be going down any chimneys this year. He is dead – possibly murdered – yes, it’s scandalous but true. It happened just before the company Christmas party being held at Chatties Restaurant. Did someone not want him to be there? Was it revenge for an unwanted present from Santa last year? Or was it just old age catching up with him?
A group is attending a Christian camp. They find that they are not only on a search for their own personal truth, but also the truth in relation to a crime they didn’t think could ever happen – the poisoning of camp leader, Peter Stein.
Hawaii was inhabited by little people known as Menehune. Some say Molowa had some Menehune blood in him. He’d been causing so much mischief that people were complaining. Today he disappeared. Who rid the island of Molowa? Perfect for a luau party or anytime!
The characters come out of their books at night to frolic. His Majesty King Henry VIII – has disappeared. Who rid the library of Henry? The school versions come with teacher’s notes.
Last night all the characters had slipped out of their books to play in the library. When Mrs Bookworm, the librarian, un-locked the fundraising cookie cupboard this morning she was shocked. The cupboard was empty.
This is set in Spain. Arthur Seaton, owner of the Hacienda Hotel, has been stabbed to death in his office. He was the kind of boss you’d hate to have. Was it you?
A few of the famous have come onboard. But Karl Virgil has been found overboard – as full of water as he was of his own self-importance. We have more comedians on-board than we do detectives, but this is no laughing matter.
This is set in the Wild West. Richard Woods – a wealthy landowner – has been shot down while riding to town. Lots of people wanted him dead. But which one did it?
This is set in 1940s New York. Just as he was about to receive an award, Great Chef Alan Davies has been murdered. It’s a gastronomic investigation. This is our gangster mystery! Perfect for a 1940s themed gangster party.
If you’re not sure which murder mystery dinner party games to order or if you have any questions, please contact me or call me to chat about it 1-872-216-1467 – Stephanie.
We did this party a couple of years ago as a Halloween event for our students and it was a BLAST. It was so much fun and I can’t wait to see how the kids will dress up this year. They went all out for the “Search for Truth” party so I know they won’t disappoint this year! Thanks for the great organization of the kits and giving us everything we need to put on a great party!
I just wanted to say that your Storm Survivors was the best party I’ve had so far in my 16 years of life. My guests came dressed up to the extreme, which made the voting on best costume quite difficult. Everyone had a blast. Thanks for making an awesome birthday party game.
We had a fantastic time with our 8th grade middleschoolers. It was a bonding and team building time and this wonderful game brought incredible memories and fantastic anticipation for more of these mystery games to come. Thank you for an unforgettable evening!!!
A group at our church gets together annually for a get-away and this year we decided to try Merri Mysteries “Murder on the Prairie”. We all had so much fun; even adults enjoy the chance to dress up in costumes and role-play once in a while. We appreciated that we didn’t have to worry about questionable or risqué roles or scripts. …I especially like that you have lots of roles – even those who are not suspects had some direction on how to dress up. Thanks for offering this service.