Benedict Egg meets Runcy Spoon Benedict Egg and Runcy Spoon were locked in a vicious battle. Both were rivals in the field of electronic innovation. Both were concerned about the problem of sustainable energy. Both were racing to find a solution. But only one could win The Egg and Spoon Race Benedict Egg with Al… More An Easter Mystery? The Egg & Spoon Race
Agatha Christie used characteristics from several old ladies she’d visited as a child to create the inquisitive Miss Jane Marple of St. Mary Mead. She described the character as being like one of her grandmother’s friends. Miss Marple has appeared in twelve novels, and twenty short stories, including Christie’s last published novel, Sleeping Murder. Miss Jane Marple appears… More Agatha Christie – Miss Jane Marple
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Murder Mystery dinner theatre is an interactive show. The best shows feature professional actors to play the victims and suspects. They are experienced at encouraging audience participation in the production as the murder unfolds. It’s more than just watching a play – it’s like being part of the action! The audience is tasked with determining the method, motivation and… More Fancy a Murder Mystery Show?
Agatha Christies first novel was The Mysterious Affair at Styles. The method of death in The Mysterious Affair at Styles is poison and was so well described that Agatha received an unprecedented honour for a writer of fiction – a review in the Pharmaceutical Journal. The Mysterious Affair at Styles was also the first to… More Agatha Christie – Hercule Poirot
Agatha Christie, the queen of crime was born in 1890. She is the best selling female author in the world – second only to Shakespeare and The Bible. Two of her recurring detectives, Poirot and Miss Marple, have become watchwords in quality crime fiction. During her long career, Agatha wrote 80 crime novels and short… More Agatha Christie – the Queen of Crime
Agatha Christie, the queen of crime Born Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller on 15 September 1890 in Torquay, Devon, South West England, in 1912 she met and married Archie Christie. They had a daughter, Rosalind, in 1919 but later divorced and Agatha married Max Mallowan, the world famous archaeologist. Their a marriage lasted forty-six years. … More Agatha Christie
The murder mystery genre’ is alive and well and living at an on-line bookstore just a mouse click away. How is it that this over-utilized method of story-telling has remained so fresh and compelling after well over a hundred years? The answer lies in the basics of writing. Tell a compelling story An author must… More Why are murder mystery stories so loved?
With so many types of murder mystery available, how do you decide which is the best Murder Mystery Event for you? It all depends on your audience. If you are planning a small gathering, there are a number of companies that supply dinner party games for 6 to 20 people. Some are available to download, others are… More How to decide which Murder Mystery Event is best for you.
British Pathe News recorded an explosion at the Royal Gunpodwer Mills in Waltham Abbey in 1940. http://www.britishpathe.com/video/gunpowder-factory-explosion On that fateful morning, 6000lbs of Nitro Glycerine accidentally exploded. Windows were blown out across London as debris rained on Waltham Abbey. Shudder and Shiver A rip in time has now opened to that night in 1940. It… More “It’s Enough To Wake The Dead!” says Waltham Abbey Resident….