In the coldest month of 1933, somewhere near the Austrian border, passengers aboard the Simpleton-Orient Express experience a murder that will change their lives forever! But who killed mysterious stranger John Doe? Go full steam ahead with up to 7 female and 7 male passengers!
* Play with ANY number or combination of 6-14 suspects.
* Host can play too.
* Games last 2-3 hours (~ 10-15mins per guest)
* The murderer is secretly chosen on the night so 'no shows' are fine.
* No random guessing! Suspects have alternate stories if they're guilty to help you solve whodunit.
* Fully scripted questions and answers for maximum fun and minimum effort.
THE SPY - Miss Crimson
THE PSYCHIATRIST - Freida Ego
THE WIDOW - Jane Doe
THE DUCHESS - Duchess Of Downton
THE ACTRESS - Vanity Valentine
THE NUN - Sister Soprano
THE NURSE - Elektra Cushen
THE DETECTIVE - Monsieur Irkel Parrott
THE BUTLER - Gerard
THE ILLUSIONIST - The Great Houdunni
THE DOCTOR - Dr Sawders
THE PROFESSOR - Albert Weinstein
THE STRONG MAN - Mr Big
THE ARCHAEOLOGIST - Indy Temple
* Invite your guests to murdermysteryparty.co.uk
to view detailed suspect bios and costume suggestions.
+ Host guide with rules
+ Suspect sheets
+ Invitations with costume suggestions
+ Audio evidence, that can optionally be read out (supplied via murdermysteryflexiparty.com
+ Question menus
+ Whodunit slips to randomly choose the murderer
* Murder Mystery Flexi Party®
takes the stress out of hosting and is our bestselling brand!
AGE RATING : 18+
GUIDANCE : murderous themes, mild innuendo, marital affairs and no profanity.
This game is recommended for ages 18 and upwards as it is not a toy.
However, we feel all versions of Murder at the Manor, Train and Roaring 20's could be suitable for teenagers.
Parents should examine the contents fully for suitability before allowing their children to play this game.
EU Customers must order from our Etsy shop due to VAT regulations.
Customers outside the EU or in the UK may purchase from this website or via Etsy.
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