How to Host a Murder - Saturday Night Cleaver
Brand: Decipher Inc.
Type: Murder Mystery
You've been invited by happenin' dude Stan a. Live to a bash at Stan's world-famous disco, Flunkytown. You and your friends assume the roles of these eight funky characters, imagining that you are gathered in an outrageous '70s disco as you enjoy an evening of suspense, intrigue and humour. All you need is a sense of humor and a light-hearted approach toward deceit, larceny, sex and murder. How to Host a Murder is so much fun it's almost ciriminal! The guest list includes:
Vinny V. Divichi – The mild mannered mechanic by day, disco stud by night
Brady Bunsch – The wild and crazy guy from the Bronx
Angina Palpatori – The "Drop Dead Gorgeous" New York disco regular
Polly Esther Stuffincupp – The Rich girl who loves "slumming it " at the Bronx Disco's
Knight Feevah – The Aspiring Star who ended up as a broke bartender
Manny Baritone – The celebrity, master of love ballads and disco tunes.
Belle Badham – Stan A. Live's wife, the business sense behind their bumpin disco
Chaka Moon – Always decked out with the latest fashions, arriving at the club with a new stud on each arm.
In How To Host A Murder, the world's best-selling mystery dinner party game, you and your guests assume the roles of humorous suspects – each with a motive and opportunity to commit the crime – in a light-hearted murder mystery.
How To Host A Murder provides everything you need to bring a murder mystery to life – from detailed player guides, maps, and secret clues to costume suggestions and recipes tailored to the era featured in each episode.
Comprehensive Host Guide
Eight invitations and envelopes
Eight player name tags
Eight individual player manuals
A CD with period music and sets the scene and details the crime
A diagram of the crime scene
A sheet of secret clues with a police report
Optional menu and costume suggestions for the truly adventurous
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