Make any gathering more fun with “One Of The Girls” All Girl Murder Mystery Party Game!
Our kit includes everything you need to host a unique and exciting party, whether it’s for 8-16 people or up to 32 guests. With shorter clues that are easier to read, your guests will be immersed in the world of school reunion culture.
Plus, you can customize the kit to fit your needs – play the game as is or download even more characters and use it as a “meet and mingle” game.
Get ready for hours of laughs and memorable conversations with “One Of The Girls” All Girl Murder Mystery Party Game For 8 To 32 Girls!
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It’s a Girls High Class reunion. There’s a mega-bombshell, a bikie chick, a shark-swimming adventuress & many more. Which of them murdered their old schoolmate?
A school reunion game that’s perfect for an all girl get-together!
Downloadable All Girls Base Kit for 8 girls / ladies ($24.95):
Overview of the School Reunion Game
It’s the City Girls High Class reunion. They all finished school together. But because they all grew up in a big city, this isn’t a normal timid little “girls’ school” reunion. They are all pretty streetwise. The reunion was to be held in City Cross (commonly known as ‘The Cross’) in the inner city near their old school. But evil has struck. Which of these ladies murdered that other classmate who didn’t make it to the party? Yes – who did murder that card carrying skeptic and determined winner of every argument – Helen?
Mary: “But even that didn’t stop her. Instead of ringing me, she started sending me emails – sometimes forty a day about what I should do.”
What They've Said
Kim Ganderton, Australia
This mystery was written for Kim and her group of girlfriends. Here is her feedback: “Hi Stephanie – everything went really well – the girls excelled themselves – dressed up really well. It was hilarious. One person guessed the murderer… It was great.”
Carol George, USA
“I wrote to you a while back and ordered the murder mystery for a reunion of 12 women who grew up in a red light district. We had a blast! Everyone really got into their roles. Costuming was wonderful. My florist made a tacky arrangement with red carnations, a red light bulb, and fishnet hose for the centerpiece. We spraypainted lightbulbs with red and glitter for each person’s placecards.”
See photos no. 1, 2 and 3 above. “Dear StephanieThe party was ‘One of the girls’. It was a great success and everyone had a fantastic time.All the bestJulie Duffy”
Wendy Frost, USA
Wendy used this for her daughter’s party: “My daughter’s 12th birthday party was a great success! All 16 girls, 12 to 13 year olds, played their suspect roles perfectly, right down to the suggestions of dress. At the dining room table over appetizers, then dinner, then dessert the girls chatted through their acts with ease and excitement. Believe it or not only 2 of the girls guessed correctly. All of the girls thought it to be an “awesome” party!Thanks for the fun.MOM”
Melanie Law, Dubai
“We are all nursery teachers working in Dubai.What a great laugh we had with this party. Everyone had went to a lot of effort with their costumes. No-one guessed who the murder was although there were a lot of accusations flying around.Melanie Law”
Bonnie Carlson-Green, USA
Bonnie sent in this feedback about her party (see photo no. 4 above): “Hello,Here’s our entry for your photo competition from our “One of the Girls” party we had for our daughter’s 11th birthday. We had a blast–all the girls had great costumes and took their roles very seriously. We organized it as a reunion for the Class of 2018 (their actual graduation year) and decorated with sports wear and school colors from their high school. We decorated cheap wine glasses (from IKEA) with each of the girl’s character names and “Class of 2018” so they knew where to sit at dinner and could take the glass home as favors.The girls had a bit of trouble getting started with Act I and were a bit confused about who speaks when and when to provide their clues and ended up just going around in a circle and reading their clues. By the time we moved to Act II, they had figured it out and all went swimmingly after that.My only comment about using this with 11 year olds is that there is a lot of reading involved and some kids were not that proficient with some of the vocabulary (“psychologist”). In the future, I might want to edit it a bit or give out the scripts in advance of the party so the girls could review them. They howled about Myrna being CEO of an underwear factory or Diana and the sweaty footballers.There had been a snowstorm that day, but many of the parents remarked there was no way their daughter was going to miss the party because they had been very excited about the party. We ended up giving the website to a couple of parents who thought they might like to purchase a party for themselves. We would definitely do this again–who knows, maybe it will become an annual birthday tradition??!Thanks again for making a great birthday party that was super-easy to execute (no pun intended).Sincerely,Bonnie Carlson-Green(purchaser and mom)”
Dawn House, USA
Dawn sent in this feedback about her party (see photo no. 5 above): “I purchased the play, “One of the Girls” for our Red Hat Chapter. We performed it for a group of 35 red hatted ladies in May and they were all so happy to have the challenge of “who dunnit”. This was our fifth play, but the first purchased from you. They all said, it was the best yet. We would like to enter your contest and I am attaching a picture. You can see that the gals had fun dressing the part and using props to enhance the story line. Hope to hear from you.Dawn House Queen Mother”
Lindsey Ashmore, USA
Lindsey sent in this feedback (see photo no. 6 above):
“I purchased the “One Of The Girls” dinner party kit and hosted it for my “bunco” group last month. Everyone had a blast. They really got into their characters and had a great time with the costumes. It took us a bit to figure out how to make the clues flow but I think we got the hang of it. One of the girls gave your web site to her mother so that she can host a party for a group that she belongs to. We’ll definitely do it again.
I’d like to share our photo attachment: Bunco girls.Lindsey Ashmore”
Kim Muoio, USA
Kim sent in this feedback about her “One Of The Girls” party (see photo no. 7 above): “My name is Kim Muoio. I purchased the “One of the Girls” party kit for my neighborhood girl’s night that I hosted on January 19th. There were 21 women who all had a blast at the mystery party. The costumes and acting really made the party! Some of the ladies were having so much fun that they forgot to try to figure out who was the murderer! Thank you for the very entertaining evening! The pictures that I have attached are Angie Mary & Madelle [shown above] and Petunia.Thanks again for a great time,Kim Muoio”
The people present at the meeting are:
I’m a long-range weather forecaster. I read clouds. I’m a top weather forecaster. I’ve known Helen since kindergarten when she pulled my braids. Once I remember, Helen came to find out my weather prediction for the next football match. Even then she was out to prove me wrong. I told her that it would rain so much the game would be postponed. She burst into tears. And it did rain. Of course, she never admitted I’d been right.
I married a rich man and I love my condo by the beach. My parents were poor. I can’t believe that Helen and I would have been high school buddies but we were. She was smart. She hung around me because I made her laugh. Artie, my husband says. I make him laugh too. Helen and I had a dramatic bust up of our friendship when we were sixteen and Helen found out I had a boyfriend.
I’m the latest mega-bombshell – first I was a model, now I am a singer and soon I will be an actress – my fans love me. Helen and I met at primary school. We lived two doors down from Helen. We spent a lot of time together trying to understand life. You know – we talked about our parents, our loves and so on. When I turned 16, I won a beauty contest and I got offered a modeling job. I left school to go overseas modeling.
I stutter. I have just inherited heaps of money and I haven’t a clue what to spend it on. H-H-Helen and I m-m-met at high school. I think she felt sorry for me because I was so shy. We were in the same class. I was pretty bright. Helen’s home life wasn’t too good because her parents had split up. She used to invite me to stay at her house a lot. Her Mom was an executive in a big company. I really admired her. My Mom was just a housewife.
I have just had my 15th child and if God gives me another one I will have it too. Helen and I were friends at elementary school. Helen gave me jewelry and trinkets because she knew I loved them. My husband and I started dating when I was 13. I still love him – kook that he is. We were both from strong Catholic backgrounds. I had to wait till I was 16 to marry Pete. Soon after I married, I became pregnant.
I’m a bikie chick who is so pushy I could sell lipstick to a nun. Now ya might ask how a dude like me came to mix with a square-head like Helen. Our mothers were best friends and they thought we should be friends too. But I was already friends with a bikie gang. Helen refused to meet them and threatened to tell on me for spending time with them. I had to show her the rough side of my nature to keep her trap shut.
I’m a true adventuress – my latest love is dancing with sharks live on TV. I was in Girl Scouts with Helen, but she was more into her books. I invited her to go rock-climbing with me. But she freaked out half way up a rock face. It took two hours to get her down. After that Helen declined all my invites to go scuba diving and so on.
I’m a farmer. I can’t hack this city stuff. I’d prefer to hack into those thistles. I always wanted to study agriculture, but they didn’t offer it at City High, so I had to content myself with biology. I spent a lot of my holidays at my Grandpa’s farm and one time I took Helen along. She couldn’t get the hang of riding a horse. When my Grandpa killed a chicken, Helen threw up. I’d already killed lots of animals so it didn’t worry me. Death is a part of country life.
Reading level: 6
Note: The reading levels of each kit (not just “page” as it says below) were determined by copying and pasting the kit (the meet and mingle version for 17 to 30), into The Readability Test Tool (see www.read-able.com).
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