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.
It is 1940. An explosion at the Royal Gunpowder mills has sent a shudder through the earth and opened a rip in time. A number of strange things have started to happen. As Halloween approaches, there are reports of twisted apparitions, whose presences’ belong in Spooky Myth and History. It appears the explosion has awoken… More Historical, scary promenade performance – “Shudder and Shiver”
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How about planning a pre-Christmas mystery party for your children? ITM Games have games suitable for teens, as well as children. For Teens try “Who Slayed Santa?” It’s Christmas 1979 and School is nearly out…. The year, and the decade, was about to end with a Christmas disco to remember. It was 6pm as the gang… More Christmas Mystery Games
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….
“If quantum mechanics hasn’t profoundly shocked you, you haven’t understood it yet.” – Niels Bohr On October 7, 1885, Niels Bohr was born in Copenhagen. In 1913, physicist Niels Bohr suggested that the electrons were confined into clearly defined, quantized orbits, and could jump between these, but could not freely spiral inward or outward in… More Niels Bohr was born on October 7, 1885.