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Cheatwell The Shotgun Affair - Host Your Own Murder Mystery Evening

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  • Suited for 6 adults; allow 4 hours (an evening); comes in decorative tin
  • Includes invitations to send to your guests
  • Host's Guide with menu suggestions
  • Character Guide books for 6 players
  • CD with the investigation and the solution; place cards and lapel badges
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Product Description

Host your own murder mystery evening. An "investigator" narrates the action on CD, which directs the play and sets the mood for a unique dinner party experience. Includes: invitations, host instruction booklet, character booklets, name tags, and themed recipes.
Requires 8 AdultsTakes 4+ Hours to play

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 1.5 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000JKA1YG
  • Item model number: 14319
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #608,863 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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This one is hard to rate. I really enjoyed the plot and the characters. "The Shotgun Affair" is another Cheatwell Murder Mystery party, which uses a CD as the framework for the game. The two downsides to the game is that the party is very scripted, and the solution is somewhat complex. It is then made all the more challenging because the booklets do not let the guilty party know that they are guilty. Thus, your guests must keep in mind that everything they are told to read aloud, (as well as everything they are keeping secret), may all be a lie. The plot takes places at the Gottalotta-Dosh country mansion of Lord Shippe. Lord Shippe has recently been killed in a tragic shooting accident. The six guests have been invited to the party to hear Lord Shippe's Last Will & Testament. Of course, it is soon revealed that Lord Shippe's death was no accident, but murder! A classic scenario. The suspects include Lady Shippe, (the grieving widow), Major Windbag, (the retired army colonel and the Lord's best friend), Slaughter the surly gamekeeper, Frau Pumpernickel, the German cook, Claire Voyant, the spiritual medium and faith healer, who has been a house guest at the mansion for quite a while and Parson Snows, the genteel clergyman of the village. As you can see, a tried and true, classic scenario. Besides the amusing names, the characters have some funny scripts and some of their secrets are a bit outrageous, but fun. As I stated early, the party is scripted. The CD has an introduction to set the scene. Then each guest introduces themselves (with a set script), followed by secret information that they must keep to themselves. Then each CD track is actually the recording of Lord Shippe himself, as he reads his will.Read more ›
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