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Terror in Tinsel Town

Terror in Tinsel Town

This week we highlight “Terror in Tinseltown,” a 1920s themed Mystery Game!

It’s 1928, and the birth of the talking picture has turned Hollywood on its ear- until famed silent movie star Sly Mandrake turns up dead on the set of his latest picture THE SINGING SHEIK. What seems to be a tragic accident now looks more and more like a Hollywood hit job. Who could have bumped off this heartthrob of the silver screen?

All of our murder mystery parties are designed to be played by 4-20 people. ALL 20 roles have full motives and ANY of the characters could be the murderer.  You can also play with more than 20 players by adding guests as “detectives” who participate by asking questions each round and guessing who the killer is at the end.

Could it have been controlling director Burly Bellows, frustrated with Mandrake’s lack of elocution? Or was it his vengeful scene-stealing scene partner, emerging starlet Nettie Potts? Was is famed LA mobster Hoochie Coodilinni, or could it have been Mandrake’s scorned lover Zelda Pinchbottom?

Pour yourself a glass of giggle water and do the Bunny Hug in this legendary Jazz Age whodunit, TERROR IN TINSELTOWN.

But hold onto your fedora - the killer could be YOU!

Our games are meant to be played at home or via Zoom (or other video chat apps) and self-hosted. We do also offer our hosting party packages for groups that prefer a full-service murder mystery experience. You can learn more and submit a party request HERE.

Rated PG13: Appropriate for ages 13+!

 

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