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Murder at the Manor


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Youíre invited to Heathcliff Manor, where Lord Heathcliff is hosting a dinner party in honour of his new bride. All the usual suspects are here - the cook, the professor, the butler - as well as some unusual ones. But before anyone can toast his happiness, Lord Heathcliff is killed with the candlestick in the pool room. Host your own party to find out who snuffed out his candle!

Female suspects:
EM FATALE - the victim's young, beautiful widow
MRS WITHERING - the silent but deadly housekeeper
MISTY VISIONS - a free-spirited fortune-teller
BLANCHE BATTERS - the cook with a mean left hook
CINDERS - the pretty put-upon maid
DEE MINOR - a world-famous concert violinist
SIERRA TANGO - the only police constable in the village

Male suspects:
BUTLER - the victim's butler
INSPECTOR DENAUX - a French private detective
PROFESSOR PEACOCK - an academic and friend of the victim
REVEREND WILL BEEDONE - the local vicar
DOCTOR FUMBLES - the village doctor
GENERAL CUSTARD - an ex-Army General turned security specialist
FORD ESCORT - the victim's chauffeur

NEW! - Email invitations. Visit the Murder Mystery Party website to view character bios, costume suggestions and invite your guests!

Re-usable white box and lid contains:
How to host guide with rules and evidence
A pad of whodunit slips to choose the murderer
A question menu for seated dinner party style games
14 character sheets with integrated question menus for buffet style parties
14 invitations with costume suggestions, that can also be used as place-settings
*audio evidence also available to download

Take the stress out of hosting with our bestselling brand!
* Play with ANY combination of 6-14 guests. No-one is 'bolted on', everyone's a suspect.
* The murderer is chosen on the night so the party still goes on if someone can't make it!
* No random guessing! Suspects have different stories if they're guilty, with important clues to help you solve whodunit.

(Written by Tim & Lynda Cowles, authors of the best selling Murder Mystery Party DVD boxed games)

Good times for groups:
An excellent way to spend a role-playing evening with friends. Each party takes 2-3 hours to play. They are filled with intrigue, suspense, humour and the fun of playing both detective and suspect. This game is designed to be played by up to 7 male and 7 female players, in any combination (minimum of 6).

Please note the manufacturer's age rating on the box is 18+ as it is not considered a toy, however, we feel the game contents are suitable for teenagers. Parents should examine the contents for suitability before allowing their children to play this game (returns accepted).

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EU & NI CUSTOMERS: Physical orders will be held in customs and you will need to pay additional import fees and tax in addition to our price.

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Murder at the Manor (Instrumental)

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Murder at the Manor Reviews

Would highly recommend this. Easy to follow, something new and different. I wanted something for my friends all aged from 20s to 39s that was just sitting around drinking (adults should have fun too). It's so clever, funny and interesting. Loved it so much I got a huge clap from all my friends and ordered the disco version. Thanks so muchLaura k (2021)
Great game, really clever how the culprit is chosen so the game can be used multiple times, and you can have different numbers of people.Steve (2018)
8 of us dressed up on New Years Eve and played Murder at the Manor. Great fun for everyone and a good way for the group to get to know each other. Anon (2018)
Our evening was great fun, and characters suited everyone well. The only issue we had was that it wasnít quite clear where track 1 ended and track 2 began, so we ended up hearing 1st Act evidence together with the introductions. Our error, probably, and this didnít spoil our enjoyment. As itís a flexible game, I imagine weíll be playing it again, with other guests, using some of the other characters.Miranda (2018)
8 of us dressed up on New Years Eve and played Murder at the Manor. Great fun for everyone and a good way for the group to get to know each other. Anon (2018)

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