When the cold wind blows and the sky darkens across Breaking Point, mariners have told of hearing the eerie screams of the legendary “White Flowing Lady”. Faithfully and loyally Willard Dobbs upheld the family tradition and kept a light glowing nightly in the old stone tower. On that fateful night, the sea rose and as the sky grew dark, the fog moved in. For the first time in two hundred years there was no light in the Breaking Point Lighthouse. For those who ventured out, there was nothing to guide or protect them from the vicious sea. Willard Dobbs’ body was found sprawled at the top of the lighthouse staircase. He had been murdered.
The Suspects are:
Captain Robert Osborne: A true Captain of the sea. Trained in the British Royal Navy. There was only one way to do things, his way.
Lynda Kingsley: Real estate agent and Travis’ fiancée. Had her ship come in, or had she set her sails too high?
Sam Halloway: A Coast Guard and Dobbs’ best friend. Lived at Breaking Point all his life. Was it time to bail out?
Annie Dobbs: Dobbs grieving Daughter. She was frail and some say a little unstable. Had she reached the point of no return?
Travis Mitchell: The manager of Breaking Point Marina. A good-looking man with a lot on his mind. Did he find himself up the creek without a paddle?
Dr. Pauline Radford: “Dr. Pauline” Radio Psychologist. She was straightforward and told it like it was. Had she rocked one boat too many?
Patrick Wilder: A Multi-millionaire and businessman. He had everything a man could want. Was he sailing too close to the wind?
Shelby Lansing: Author of ten best selling murder mystery novels and true crime writer. Did she get confused between fact and fiction?
Each murder mystery party game comes equipped with:
- 12 PDF files consisting of:
- A complete Party Planner with instructions, costume suggestions and an optional dinner menu
- Invitations and name tags for your guests
- 8 Character profiles with secret clues and backgrounds
- The Author’s Solution to the murder
- Audio File which re-enacts the sounds of the murder and outlines the plot.
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