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The Champagne Murders

PostPosted: November 5th, 2010, 4:31 pm
by Gavincollison
For my Wifes Birthday we hired a manor house in Ivybridge, Devon. It's called Filham house and we hosted a murder mystery night there. It was a perfect setting. The game was The Champagne Murders and was absolutely fantastic. The unique thing about this game is that half way through the murderer is informed who they are. They then have a chance to insert red herring's into the game to put people off the scent. It's set in 1967 and we had my wifes aunt and uncle over to cook and serve the food. It was fabulous. Thought I'd post some photo's.


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Geofery Barbera Butler and Trixy Lix

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Oliver Steed and Tamara Fara-Bucktooth

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Champagne Charlie Bunson and Babs Crayfish

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Mary-Jane Faithless and Terrance Shrimp

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Brian Sewer and Kitty Killer

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Martin X

Re: The Champagne Murders

PostPosted: December 26th, 2010, 10:56 pm
by 2coolbaby
With our murder mystery games, the murderer knows from the very beginning that they are the murderer. And yes, it does allow them to throw out red herrings. I have never understood the games that don't let you know. People always tend to get upset if they find out at the end that they were the murderer and spent the whole night trying to figure out who did it.

I hope you will try one of our games next. I think you will really appreciate the difference between ours and most others out there.