Hosting a company Murder Mystery party?

by Claire

I am hosting a Halloween Murder Mystery party on the 29th October. I am part of a Sports & Social Group and i will have 7 committee members helping - Can you do it so that the 7 seven members are the characters and the other 30 people who are going are the ones that need to solve the murder?

Basically I don't want the 30 odd people to have characters or be part of the plot - I want them to find out who the murderer is from the 7 commitee members.....is that possible to do?

Would really appreciate your feed back.

My response:

Hi Claire - that's completely possible to do as it's how the Mysteries-on-the-Net murder mystery parties work.

I suggest you have a look at their games and decide which one you like the look of.

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