Dressed To Kill

The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated. Truth is I’ve been very busy working through some issues at home and haven’t been able to write for quite some time.

It’s time to get back to work and I’m starting with a live murder mystery show at the Proctor Mansion Inn. If you’ve never been, the mansion is the perfect place for a murder mystery show. The building was built in 1861. The woodwork is amazing and every room seems to have two entrances (and exits) so it’s perfect for characters to slink around and do their evil business.

Our story this time is a fashion show. We have eight lovely ladies and one hunky guy modeling three lines of clothing for our buyer. When things don’t go as planned, it will be up to the audience to figure out what happened and claim the prize for Super Sleuth.

Our shows are more like a game than a sit-down show. Action takes place in multiple rooms simultaneously, just like it would in real life. The characters don’t stop for set changes, and the guests can interact with the actors anytime because the show is written with the guests included as part of the action.



Last year’s cast

We have 6 actors returning from the show last year. In addition we have a clothing line by Erin Kaufman, owner of Paxton 1345, Jewelry from The Snobby Starfish, and we are very fortunate to have author Gina Fava and Actor Graham King, who has been in several films and television shows.

The thing that sets my shows apart from others is that we kill our victim within the bounds of the show. We do it every time. And we almost never get caught. Sometimes a guest is two feet from the murder victim and still comes away unsure how the person died or who the killer was.

Yes, we are very sneaky.

Think you can outsmart us? Check us out:

September 13, 2014  6:30 pm
Proctor Mansion Inn, 36 Common Street, Wrentham, MA
Cash bar
Rooms are available
Tickets $40 per person