Watersdown Affair Mystery Party Game

A How to Host a Murder Mystery Dinner Party Game

By separate invitation, you and a select few others have been invited to Watersdown Mansion as the weekend guests of Sir Roger Watersdown. As Sir Roger's guest, I thought you might be interested in some information about the mansion and, perhaps, about the other guests that will be present during your stay. I have enclosed a brief biography of each guest. Watersdown Mansion is an old, elegant stone building situated in Yorkshire, England, and constructed in 1817. The original owner, Lord Balmy Farfrummit, made his fortune selling English pig iron to the French after Bonaparte's defeat in 1815. Roger Watersdown acquired the entire Farfrummit holdings in 1925 after the tragic death of Viscount Farfrummit aboard his sailing yacht, Frummit's Ferry, which foundered during a fierce storm off Falmouth Harbor. Sir Roger, as you may know, is the principal shareholder of the giant conglomerate Watersdown Beverages Ltd., and known far and wide as a jovial host. Female guests are cautioned that Sir Roger, after consumption of his customary evening cocktails, tends to become something of a letch. I welcome you on behalf of Sir Roger and the entire Watersdown Mansion household, and I hope your stay will be a pleasant one.


Other games in the same series:

  • How To Host A Murder - An Affair to Dismember  - Halloween theme, but you could play this and have fun at any time of the year.

  • The Good, the Bad, and the Guilty  - murder in the Old West.  Lots of fun, easy to dress up for, easy food - I mean, it's not like they had Cordon Bleu chefs out in the Old West, did they, pardner?

  • Hoo Hung Wu - set in 8th century China.  And who doesn't like Chinese food?

  • Chicago Caper - gangsters in Chicago - another very popular game.

  • The Class of '54 - because rock and roll will never die . . .

  • Maiming of the Shrew - Shakespearean Christmas theme to die for.





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