WANTED: Dead or alive, murderer of Don Dealin, rancher of Backwater Creek.
The deceased was found dead in the Crazy Horse Saloon earlier this evening.
All the local suspects have been rounded up and corralled at the Saloon for questioning.
Sherriff Lone Stranger has requested the Law abiding citizens of Back Water Creek to assist him in finding the killer.
Successful residents will be eligible to join the Sherriff as his deputy.
Catastrophe Jane -(Independent farm girl)
Not exactly a typical farm girl Catastrophe Jane dresses like a man, and is not afraid to show she has the balls to go with it.
Flint Westwood (Gunslinger)
Stetson wearing, toothpick chewing, gunslinger, Flint Westwood is quick on the draw, even though he is not so quick on the shaving – but according to the women, that unshaven look is “in” this year.
Sissy Runaway (Saloon girl)
Skirt swishing, leggy singer-cum-dancer, Sissy loves men in all forms, those in uniform especially, and a murder is just the thing needed to pull in the sheriff and all his deputies.
Butch Sundance (Bartender)
If you want to waste away again in Margaritaville, then Butch Sundance, bartender of the Crazy Horse Saloon, is your man.
Wild Bill Hiccup (Prospector)
Dusty, disheveled and prone to spitting, Wild Bill Hiccup was a little too slow to keep up with the Gold Rush and has remained in Backwater Creek ever since.
Squaw Hide (Native American Indian Squaw)
Barefoot and with feathers in her long flowing dark hair Squaw Hide is a picture of health and vitality. With a sideline repairing settlers’ wagons you could say she keeps those wagons rolling.
General Bluster (Recruiting Officer)
With a strong voice and a strong personality, General Bluster is never afraid to point the finger for Uncle Sam – the army needs YOU!
Sheriff Lone Stranger (Sheriff of Backwater Creek)
Sheriff Lone Stranger is the detective sent to solve the case. He provides the solution speech at the end of the evening.
Multi-room events are designed to be run in multiple rooms in a venue and are a great way of showing off your premises, or getting maximum footfall through what would otherwise be too small a venue for a traditional murder mystery evening.
These events have proved very popular with the guests, as it encourages them to interrogate the suspects and locate clues hidden around the building. There are usually seven to eight cast, one murder occurs before the evening and the crime scene is set up in one of the rooms in the venue.
We usually suggest a roving buffet as the guests move between rooms, but some venues prefer to have a formal two course meal mid-way through the evening.
For these events guests require a special handout and a pen / pencil to keep track of information presented to them.
We usually suggest greeting all the guests at the door and providing them with a free welcome drink and special colour coded tickets which contain a unique circular order to avoid bottle necks. A sample route is below.
7.15 Terrace Suite
7.40 Crime Scene
8.30 Function Room
8.55 Blue Room
9.20 Ball Room
9.45 Terrace Suite
10.15 Call for answer sheets
10.30 Solution – Ball Room
Multi-room games are perfect for guest houses or big country mansions and work well in more unusual venues. We can even tailor a game to include visiting suspects outside!
While we do have a selection of popular themes “ready to go” – we know from experience that these games work best if written for a venue.
Content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older.
Murder - One murder has been undertaken, so violence is suggested.
Suggestive Themes - Mild provocative references or materials.