Why Have a Party When You Can Have a Murder?

Whether you have a birthday coming up, are organizing an office party, or just celebrating Arbor Day, don’t throw a party, throw a murder mystery!

I design and host Murder Mystery Parties for groups of up to 50 guests that will have you mingling, backstabbing, gossiping, and plotting with and against your friends and enemies as you all try to unmask the killer in your midst!

Each Murder Mystery comes complete with with secrets and clues, individual goals to achieve, multiple plots to unravel, various scandalous items, and–of course–a dead body. You supply the guests and location and, if you’re feeling especially bold, costumes (and any food or drink you wish to serve). I’ll provide the plot, backdrop, supplies, and inspiration. If you’re in the New York City area, I can even come and host your event.


Felicity York’s Big Announcement!

(For parties of between 18-25 people)

It is 1968. Television star Felicity York has a Big Announcement to make and has gathered her friends, family, co-workers, and hangers-on for this momentous occasion. But before she can divulge her secret, she drops to the floor–DEAD!

Murder at the Renraw Library!

(For parties of between 40-50 people)

It is a star-studded evening at the Renraw Public Library. Wealthy philanthropist Bartholomew Jangle III is on hand to announce a massive donation to build an all-new wing of the library dedicated to 1970 Romance Novels in honor of his late wife. In the middle of his announcement, however, the lights go out, a shot is heard, and when the lights come back on, Jangle lies dead at the podium! Does someone in the room really hate 1970 romance novels? Or is something more sinister going on?

Murder at Resting Hollow Cemetery

(For parties of between 25 and 30)

Resting Hollow Cemetery, a family-owned business for over 100 years, is finally giving in to the pressure and merging with the national cemetery conglomerate Shallow Graves, Inc. But before Old Man Logan can formally announce the deal to a gathering of employees, press, and interested parties, he is mercilessly gunned down. Who would kill the director of a cemetery? Why?

Primary Peril

(For parties of between 20-25)

The four main candidates for the Democratic nomination for Governor have gathered for a meet and greet dinner at the home of wealthy donor Marcus LeGruff. Each one is hoping to earn the right to take on incumbent Republican Governor Augustus Schtonk in the fall, but to do that, they will have to shmooze a number of high-powered donors, competing for their support. But the political back-stabbing gets real when their host falls down dead! This will not look good in the morning paper!

Fats Wallerbee’s Dirty Laundry (For parties of between 20-24)

It’s the 1920’s and gangster Fats Wallerbee has gathered everyone together at his favorite speakeasy, The Drunken Lush, to celebrate his 100th politician bribed! But of course, gangsters have enemies, and one of them takes advantage of the situation and sends Wallerbee to sleep with the fishes. Suddenly, an evening intended to celebrate civic corruption has turned into ghastly murder and everyone’s a suspect–even the mime!


With more murder mysteries being added all the time, you can choose from one of my pre-existing Murders, or allow me to craft a personalized mystery specific to you and your friends!

Fill out the form below for more information! Murder awaits!

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