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Murder in the Roaring '20s


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Gray Catsby has invited his most talented and wealthy friends to a charity gala event at his countryside residence, Catsby Hall. But before any dancing and donations begin, Catsby’s fiancée, Ginger Whiskers, is found dead in the dumbwaiter! Join the flappers and dappers to find out who finished her off!

The Flappers:
CLEA DU BOUDOIR, Catsby’s maid
TOOTS MAHONEY, club hostess
SYDNEY HILTON, a fashionable debutante
HALLIDAY INN, the young hotel heiress
GRETA GARBLED, the actress and poet
CHYNA BALLOONS, the dancer
BOOBOO B’DOO, the singer

The Dappers:
ART DECO, the architect
CASEY STUMBLES, Catsby’s butler
KNUCKLES BALONEY, the gangster
FARLEY HATPIN, the silent movie mogul
GRAY CATSBY, the bright young thing
BEBOP B’DOO, the jazz pianist

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

Re-usable white storage 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 placesettings
*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.

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).

SUITABLE FOR TEENS TO ADULT. 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 in the Roaring '20s Reviews

It's years since we've done a Murder Mystery evening - reminded us what good fun they are! Highly recommend this - well written and very entertaining. We'll be doing more and will use this site.Anon (2018)
This was very good fun when played with the family. Lots of laughs. I'm going to do the game again with a different group of people soon. Very good value.Dawn (2017)
What a great night we had there was 12 of us and everyone went all the way dressing up we all looked fab i would recommend anyone to buy it thanks for a great night esy to follow xMamafox (2017)
We bought this to play on New Years Eve and I have to admit to being a little sceptical as to wether it would work with our group. We had the best night and everyone got into their characters. The best NYE we have had in a long time - still giggling at the memories Debbie (2017)
We played the game with 7 of us. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it! From the costume suggestions to the kit that comes with the game, the experience was great and what's best, it's something I cannot wait to play again!!Jack (2017)

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