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Killer Comics

Killer Comics

Killer Comics

PRIME SUSPECT- Killer Comics:  An Interactive 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 world of comic books/graphic novels/manga has many colorful characters, not to mention the ones on paper. Not only will you be bidding to own the comics, but you can bid to play one of the characters: hero, villain, trusty sidekick, or comic relief.

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?

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Number of People:        Small groups (40 people maximum)

Length:                         1-1/2 hours

Appropriate age:           Adult (12 years and up)

Death in Prime Time Murder Mystery

Death in Prime Time Murder Mystery

THE STORY TV director CHRIS HALL is doing a re-make of a famous sit-com from the 80’s, called The Foster Formula. The original show was canceled after the death of its star, beloved actress – Claire Crawford. Today, three actresses are up for the part formerly held by Claire. RITA CRAWFORD, daughter of famous actress… Continue Reading…

Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest detective

Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest detective

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859.  He is, of course, the creator of the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes. The following is excerpted from PBS.org describing a wonderful program:  How Sherlock Changed the World ———————————————————————————————————– From blood to ballistics, from fingerprints to footprints, Sherlock Holmes was 120 years ahead of his time,… Continue Reading…

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