How about an Australian Murder mystery?

by Vicki Godden
(Darwin NT)

Could be famous Australians, Ned Kelly and the like, or could be a culture theme so everyone come in their cultural dress.

My response:

Good idea.

Are there any budding writers out there who'd like to try an Australian-themed murder mystery party?

(I must confess that I'm not sure what Australian cultural dress is...)

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murder mystery party
by: sally

Peter’s "Host-a-Murder" is a dinner party murder mystery game, run at various locations around Sydney and Australia, including your own home or office.

Sydney entrepreneur Peter Eedy began Host-a-Murder in 1988, when he became the first restaurant in the world to put on murder mysteries over dinner. He went on to create the world record for the biggest Host-a-Murder ever held at 300 people in one sitting. murder mystery party

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Step 1 - Go to Choosing a Game to choose the game that suits your party best.

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