You have come to this Blog because you need information on how to host the best Murder Mystery Party! Yes, I can read your mind; you’re thinking: where do I start? How do I find the perfect venue? How do I make a peanut butter and poison sandwich? (Well maybe not that last one...)
I am Madame Cluedefti, a fortune teller and your secret source for all things ‘murder mystery.' I am here to capture your worries and release this arcane knowledge to help you along the journey.
It is nice to finally meet, I have been waiting for you some time now. But before I can elucidate you with my entertainment knowledge, I must start by resting my fingertips atop my crystal ball. I slowly glide both hands down the sides of my magic orb. A cloud of steam brews inside as a cast of characters seem to break through the glass! A whisper is heard seeping through my beaded curtains...
Ahh Ha!! I see the Riddlesbrood Touring Theatre Company in your future! Of course! They concoct the most mystifying and enthralling dinner theater parties in New Jersey. A show, an experience, all for a thrill deposited in your memories! This troupe has been in business for over a decade yet has centuries of history behind them. The players that make up this band are composed of mesmerizing talent guaranteed to make your audience forget they are just eating dinner!
What can this woman know of planning the perfect murder mystery party in New Jersey, you ask? Well, I have earned my living on the boardwalk as a fortune teller for three out of my past four lives, providing lost souls with answers to their queries. I know that which you seek. I feel you’re in need for an experience none will forget. A company that knows the business better than you know how long it takes to blow dry your hair. You have come to the right place!
Now Shhhhhhhh! Over the upcoming months, I shall post a mind blowing assortment of information about hosting your Murder Mystery Party. Everything from choosing the right theme, the right table layout, the menu, the food service…all this and more.
I must admit however, some puzzles are too twisted to solve. Certainly not in one single blog post. As with many industries this is true, but especially in mine. Illuminating all of the secrets of putting together a successful Murder Mystery Party is, indeed, too much for my powers of prophecy alone. Fortunately legend has it more news can be found in ‘The Longest Brochure in the World.’ This work is an enigmatic tome, a cryptic volume that, cough, cough, my “colleague” Dr. T. Halberd is obsessed with. But good luck finding it, only he has a copy and it is badly damaged and written in a strange language called ‘Riddlesdiculus.'
This silly Englishman has dedicated his entire life to finding the meanings in this book. Doctor Halbert will guest write for me on occasion, providing insights, tips and translations from the book about planning a murder mystery. So ignore any one else who brags about knowing the secrets of putting together a great murder mystery party, if they cannot read the ancient book, they are but charlatans!
The only brainteaser I can’t provide much data on is their founder, Clyde P. Riddlesbrood. Who is this man, mist and legend? Maybe you have seen him at a show? Please leave a comment and let me know his whereabouts whenever you come across this inexplicable and sly phantom. Dr. Halberd told me but can’t confirm, Clyde is planning to document some of his knowledge on this blog. As a man of few words, we are on the edge of our seats waiting for a post. Who better to discuss a murder mystery party in New Jersey than the most mysterious man in the business?
So please come back soon! This is but an introduction, but more specific information is sure to follow! Weekly we will haunt you with knowledge about hosting a who dunnit. You will leave these journals experienced , an expert in your task with a desire to come back and research more. This is what I want. It is designed this way. I strive to educate you on the best points when blueprinting your perfect gathering. So come visit my crystal ball next week. Do you dare?