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How To Host A Murder - The Good, The Bad and The Guilty


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  • The worlds best selling Murder Mystery Games
  • At the request of Judge Waylon Payne, you have been invited to the public hanging of The malevolent Seven, a gang of villainous scum
  • Assume the role of one of these Old West characters, as you and your dinner guests enjoy hours of suspense and intrigue
  • Contents: CD with period music, and details ofthe murder, a host guide with instructions, 8 guest invitations and envelopes
  • Also 8 player name tags, 8 individual player manuals, diagram of the crime scene and sheet of secret clues with summary of findings
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 3 x 10.5 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: 1582362297
  • Item model number: 104025
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 - 18 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,457 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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Invite your guests to a lively evening of murder, mystery and intrigue. The long-running board game How to Host a Murder is back with new twists and turns. The Good, The Bad and The Guilty takes place on July 2, 1881 in a little Wyoming Territory town of Roadkill. In response to a warm invitation from His Honor, Judge Waylon Payne, you have gathered in his home beside the courthouse, in the heart of town, for a sumptuous dinner. Dinner will be followed by the hanging of the infamous, formerly elusive Malevolent Seven - a villainous gang of criminals rumored to have secretly victimized your fair territory for many years. Although no one knows the identity of the Malevolent Seven, everyone will find out tonight. Assume the role of an Old West Character as you solve the murder that occurs just before the festivities. You and your dinner guests must use the provided clues, crime scene diagram and more to solve the crime and expose the many secrets of Roadkill, Wyoming. Bring the game to life with costumes, props and theatrical flair for an evening so fun its almost criminal!

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It is 10:10 p.m. on July 2, 1881 – a balmy evening in the little Wyoming Territory town of Roadkill. In response to a warm invitation from His Honor, Judge Waylon Payne, you have gathered in his home beside the courthouse, in the heart of town, for a sump

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By K. Campbell on October 31, 2009
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This is the fourth of the "How to Host a Murder" series murder mystery parties I've done (the other three being Roman Ruins, The Class of '54, and the Maiming of the Shrew) and is one of the more enjoyable ones. It is easy to costume for and a fun time period to be working with, and the plot unfolds such that if you're paying enough attention it's actually possible, but the last round, to figure out who did it.

We also made the prarie chicken recipe that was included in the Host's Guide, which was very tasty and liked by all our guests.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By K on July 19, 2011
This was my first go at hosting a murder mystery dinner party (or playing, for that matter), and my, what fun it was! It was relatively easy to costume for the wild west, and also easy to prepare a meal that would likely be eaten in the 1880s.(although I did not use the recipes offered in the box--instead we had ribs, corn on the cob, baked potatoes, rolls, and pie for dessert. A little advice: ribs weren't the best idea...they're so messy we ended up with bbq sauce all over the little booklets, and guests had to get up and wash their hands during and after the meal, interrupting the game for seconds at a time. it wasn't a big deal...but we realized in the end that next time it'd be much simpler to dine on non finger foods.)
Because it was our first time playing, we didn't fully get the hang of it until the end of the game. that is, we all tried SO HARD to conceal all the information on the "conceal" side that not all the information got out that probably should have. For instance, I could have proven my character's innocence using the information on the "conceal" side, and not necessarily just by trying to blame others for the murder of the judge. We still had fun, though, and figure that next time we will have it down and have even more fun!!
The only other suggestion I have is don't do what I did and invite 3 generations of your family to play...it makes it awkward when all of the characters in the game have slept with other players...for instance, when my sister's character ended up being my dad's character's secret lover, we were all a little sick..haha... i recommend inviting friends or coworkers to play with you instead of cousins, parents, or grandparents.
overall, great game, and we can't wait for our next "how to host a murder" experience!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Elvira-Lynn on January 17, 2010
This is the first of the "How to Host a Murder" series I've done, and it was a ton of fun! The game is easy to follow, and it's really neat how the information unfolds as the rounds progress. It's easy to get into character, and easy to costume for. My guests and I had a blast trying to connect the dots of what happened before Judge Waylon Paine was shot. We were able to pretty closely figure out what had happened after the four rounds. We all enjoyed ourselves, and I would completely recommend this for anyone who wants to give a murder mystery party a try.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By S. Phillippy on January 13, 2012
I've hosted 3 murder mystery parties and this was one of the best. We had a blast. I tend to go all out when I do these, I made my dining room look like an old time saloon, complete with swinging wooden saloon doors, and piano music playing in the background. I wish these reviews would allow pictures to be put with them, cause I have some great shots of my guests laughing it up when we played. Highly recommended.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Trixie on October 24, 2013
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What a riot!! My friends and I had played this mystery game a couple of weeks ago and, of course, got all dressed up. So much fun! I was a little scared since I had a 13 and 15 year old playing and had read one or two reviews saying it was inappropriate. I didn't see anything wrong with it. Mentioned affairs and a gay relationship... nothing graphic or descriptive. Just part of the character story. There's a whole lot more on TV or at school!
This is my second murder mystery. My first game was a different series. I prefer the "How to Host a Murder" series. It allows for more improv. Note: The CD really doesn't do much except give you some background music and sets the beginning of the story. It's up to the host to determine if everyone has asked their questions and when to go to the next round. It takes a couple of hours in between eating and drinking but REALLY lots of fun! Can't wait till next year!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By V. Johnson on February 7, 2013
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This is the second game I purchased from this company and it was lots of fun. It is not appropriate for children and in my opinion it's also not appropriate for teens. It is full of double entendres and risqué conversation.

The game provides invitations, name tags, cd, players manuel, suggested costumes and suggested menu. Lots of fun, lots of laughs.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By ladydew on April 12, 2011
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We are big fans of How to Host a Murder games. This one was no exception. If you have a sense of humor and a little creativity, you will have a ball. Decorations for this murder were easy to find and easy to make. We had horses, bales of hay set outside. Inside we had a bank, saloon, a jail, a courthouse and of course the Judge's house. We made our own menu, but that's flexibility of the game. You can follow everything to the letter, or you can go off course. We are already gearing up for our next one.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Laurie Peterson on October 11, 2013
This was a lot of fun without that much planning. Everything went well. Got a bit confused due to one of the books had a glitch. Not sure what the glitch was since you don't know what is supposed to happen. My friend did the Hawaiian one and had the same issue. They need to go through them and figure out where things are wrong. It can be confusing. Didn't ruin our party though. Also my friend went to their site to see if there was a fix but couldn't find one. Which is frustrating since I'm borrowing it.
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