A murder mystery requires a unsolved crime. An investigator (protagonist) has to unravel the mystery by putting the clues and evidence together to catch the criminal. There are two ways this can be approached. The two story types are Open and Closed. This can be better explained by looking at murder mystery films and TV shows. Open… More Two Types of Murder mystery
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 supplied… More Which Murder Mystery Event is best ?
I’ve just finished watching “The Out-Laws”. Unlike the title suggests this is not a western but a Belgian comedy drama in Dutch with English subtitles. Available as a DVD, this murder mystery started life as a Flemish TV series called “Clan”. Created by Malin-Sarah Gozin, and produced by the Belgian production house, Caviar,”Clan” first aired in 2012 on… More The Out-Laws
2016 Woodford Festival A new festival coordinator, Major Paul Holifield, was appointed to coordinate the 2016 Woodford Festival. The event takes place from Saturday 1st to Sunday 9th October 2016 in and around Woodford and environs. It celebrates and showcases the wealth of talent including various local groups, associations and individuals. Events include: Music, Bands, Art, Films, Dance,… More Fun in Woodford
What a kick to try to figure out who did it, only to discover it was YOU! Looking for a fun evening with friends? Why not invite people over for an evening of murder and mystery? First of all you will need to invite friends and family that are open-minded and have a good sense of… More How to Host a Murder: The Class of ’54
A seasonal read for the budding investigator from the Womens Murder Club When Detective Lindsay Boxer fired her weapon in a late-night showdown, she set off a chain of events that left the police force disgraced, the city divided and a family destroyed. Now a jury must decide her fate. Escaping to Half Moon Bay to avoid the media circus,… More 4th of July can be murder!
Marley was dead: to begin with. There is no doubt whatever about that. The question was – how did he die and who killed him? This drama begins as a murder mystery in Victorian London. It offers a glimpse into the backstories to the characters described in Charles Dickens works. Dickens created around 989 named characters and many of… More More than a murder mystery in Dickensian London
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 A Murder at Easter – The Egg and Spoon Race murder mystery
First published in the UK in 1969 Hallowe’en Party by Agatha Christie features Belgian detective Hercule Poirot. The mystery novelist Ariadne Oliver attends a Hallowe’en party where teenager Joyce Reynolds claims that years ago she witnessed a murder. She says that, as she was so young at the time, she had not realized it was a murder. However no-one believes her and she storms… More Hallowe’en Party
Julia Child was born on August 15, 1912, in Pasadena, California and died two days before her 92nd birthday in August 2004 of kidney failure at her home in Montecito. Five years after her death, Julia Child was the inspiration behind the film Julie & Julia, based on a cooking blog by Julia Powell. The 2009… More August 15 – TV chef and author Julia Child