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Interactive Mystery: Hollywood Homicide

Interactive Mystery: Hollywood Homicide

PRIME SUSPECT – An Interactive Mystery Game

Prime Suspect Mystery Game

This fast-paced mystery game packs a double entertainment wallop.  First, members of the audience participate in an auction – bidding with MYSTERY SHOP money.  Your financial success depends upon how astutely you bid and how well your investment fares.  As the success or failure of each investment is revealed, more facts about a murder surface.  The audience uses this evidence to determine the Prime Suspect.

The script is called HOLLYWOOD HOMICIDE.  You’re a producer, director, actress or actor.  Maybe you’re a success, maybe not.  If your movie is a success, you can get many times the return on your investment.  If your movie is NOT a success, oh well, that’s show biz!

You don’t just watch this performance – you experience it, through total audience participation.  One thing is certain – a murder has been committed and you’re involved.

Can you discover the PRIME SUSPECT?  Find out by calling 630-690-1105 or e-mail tms@TheMysteryShop.com

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Valentine’s Day Mysteries

Valentine’s Day Mysteries

Love is in the air. Show you care with flowers, chocolate – murder! Here is a list of Valentine’s Day mysteries and crime fiction: As Gouda as Dead by Avery Aames Regulated for Murder by Suzanne Adair Murder in the Paperback Parlor by Ellery Adams Love Lies Bleeding by Susan Wittig Albert Valentine’s Day is… Continue Reading…

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“The Red House Mystery” by A.A. Milne

“The Red House Mystery” by A.A. Milne

Alan Alexander Milne, born on January 18, 1882, was an English author, best known for his books about the teddy bear Winnie-the-Pooh and for various children’s poems. Milne was a noted writer, primarily as a playwright, before the huge success of Pooh overshadowed all his previous work. The Red House Mystery is a “locked room”… Continue Reading…

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