Monthly Archives: November 2015

Gift Certificates for Interactive Parties – Chicagoland

Gift Certificates for Interactive Parties – Chicagoland

Give the gift of entertainment!  The Mystery Shop offers gift certificates for all of our interactive programs. 

Give the gift of Entertaiment!

What better way to bring people together in 2016 than an interactive party? Surprise your family or friends with a unique and fun gift this year that they will talk about for years to come.  You choose the show, they choose the date and time most convenient for them!  Perfect for birthdays, retirement parties, kids parties, graduations, family get togethers, Girls’ Night Out – any time!

 

 

 

 

Our programs include:

*     Murder in Three Acts

*     Prime Suspect mystery game

*     Children’s mysteries (Grades K-12)

*     CSI: Kids (small groups)

*     History mystery (Paul Revere’s Missing Horse…)

*     Mystery workshops

*     Storytelling programs

*     Storytelling Enrichment Programs

Contact us today at 630-690-1105 or tms@TheMysteryShop.com

Give the gift of entertaiment

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Thanksgiving Mysteries

Thanksgiving Mysteries

The Mystery Shop wishes you a very happy Thanksgiving.  And what could be better on these chilly autumn days that curling up with a good mystery?  Here’s a list: Thanksgiving Mysteries Victoria Abbott The WolfeWidow Laura Alden, Foul Play at the PTA Deb Baker Murder Talks Turkey S.H. Baker The Colonel’s Tale Mignon Ballard, Miss… Continue Reading…

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Sisters in Crime Writers Workshop

We attended a free all day workshop for mystery writers that was fun and informative. It was held at the Schaumburg Library on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Here is the agenda: Dialogue and How It Sounds to the Actor Writing Difficult-To-Like Protagonists How to Use Medical Terms and Technology Correctly Writing Mysteries for Children. Projecting… Continue Reading…

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