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A Big Murder, at the Manor

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A 6-20 player version of Murder at the Manor - same murder but with six all-new suspects to accommodate up to 20 guests!

You’re invited to Heathcliff Manor, where Lord Heathcliff is hosting a dinner party to celebrate his recent marriage. 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 wild gypsy 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
ANNETTE HITITOVA - Lord Heathcliff's tennis coach
LADY GARDINER - a slightly batty landscape gardener
GINGER SCHNAPPS - the victim's sister-in-law and wedding photographer

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
BUCK SHOTT - the victim's Scottish gamekeeper
NED SADLER - the young stable boy
LORD GARDINER - Life Peer and friend of Lord Heathcliff

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:
Host Guide - contains complete instructions for running the party plus evidence
Character playbooks for all twenty suspects
Invitations and costume suggestions
Question menus
Whodunit cards
Audio CD (optionally replaces printed evidence, mp3 downloads* also available)
*full instructions included in the box.


MURDER MYSTERY FLEXI PARTY ®
Take the stress out of hosting with our bestselling brand!
* Play with ANY combination of 6-20 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 1-4 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 10 male and 10 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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A Big Murder, at the Manor Reviews

This was such a great game!! Was very well written and easy for my guests to follow as a lot of them hadn't played a murder mystery game before. Before purchase and after purchase of this game I had amazing support from this company. No question I had was "too hard" or brushed aside. Amazing and it made the whole experience that much better. Thank you! Will definitely be buying from here for me next event.Courtney (2018)
Banging, loved it. however we have questions. (spoilers) 1) what's the deal with the chainsaw? Or hedge trimmer... Lord heathcliff was clubbed to death, what's the craic with a chainsaw? 2) Dee Minor???? Stradivarius??? left in a car??? 3) The Maid. many questions there, the big one: what was in the buckets that the carnival troupe used to put out the bearded lady which didn't work? 4) Doctor Fumbles gender, why? 5) Inspector Denaux: the chocolate bomb? really? why was he a perv? what's the situation with the cooks cranberries? 6) what cereal did Dee Minor get won in? also what person who eats cereal is excited by winning a concert violinist? 7) finally and in many ways most importantly: what era were we playing in? there was some confusion on dress. Overall, such fun, great way to spend the evening, but would appreciate some answers to these very valid questions. Work on point: give a list of crucial characters, as we didnt have the cook who it turned out was pretty central! Much Love,we have questions (2019)
Really well written! There is a typo in the host guide but all in all we had a great night! Anon (2018)
Hired a manor house for weekend with family and of course there had to be a murder on Saturday night. I was really pleased with the invites and the links to the web pages so that everyone could prepare, and it gave my sister time to knit herself a wig for her role as Mrs Withering! Great fun and support all round. thanks. Rob (2017)
Played this game on holiday with a group of 14 20-somethings. We loved it. The costume descriptions are clear enough to guide those who need it but leave enough room for creativity. The game was easy enough to follow. It all arrived promptly and the case is sturdy so I can keep it for future use. I like that I can reuse the game, with the murderer being chosen on the night and the answers changing depending on if you're the killer or not.Miranda (2017)
 

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