The Reading of the Will

$41.00

Product Description

The Duke of Felthorpe has suffered a tragic accident while locked in his bathroom. Distraught friends and family gather to hear the reading of his will. But was the Duke’s death as innocent as it seems? Probably not! And will the last will still stand?

An intriguing “sealed room” murder mystery game

How “The Reading of the Will” Works

The Duke of Felthorpe has suffered a tragic accident while locked in his bathroom. Distraught friends and family gather to hear the reading of his will. But was the Duke’s death as innocent as it seems? Probably not! And will the last will still stand?

The Reading of the Will is a Murder Mystery Game for 6 to 8 guests. It is usually run over an evening meal and takes about two hours.

Everyone taking part plays a character who is here for the reading of the duke’s Last Will and Testament. The contents of the will are a surprise to almost all of them. So why did the duke make these last-minute changes? Was he being blackmailed? Was he mad? Should this will be thrown out – and replaced with an earlier one?

Fresh clues are introduced as the plot gradually unravels and evidence of murder emerges. One of the characters is the duke’s butler. Did the butler do it? Or was it the duke’s maid? His idiot son? His idiot son’s scheming wife? By the time all is revealed, everyone will have had a great time playing their parts, working out whodunit and trying to prevent other people accusing them.

What’s Included

  • ‘How To Run’ instructions
  • Round instructions
  • Player invitations

The story and characters in this Murder Mystery are fictitious. Any resemblance to any person living or dead is purely coincidental.


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