Yesterday, the City Adventurers were invited to join Bob Roberts and his family for an important family get-together. Bob Roberts, a retired builder and horse breeder, had invited everyone to a dinner cooked by his lovely wife, Sylvia. Unfortunately, despite bags of enthusiasm, she was not the greatest of cooks. In fact the only thing… More In Custardy!
City Adventurers are delighted to see the return of Inspector Rutherford and the Moonstone Murder Mysteries. ‘Twas the weekend before Christmas, and all through the Grotto, No creature was stirring, but there’s prints in the snow…. It seems someone has forgotten the rule of the mouse to keep quiet, and whoever was stirring has killed… More MURDER IN A WINTER WONDERLAND
This blog has appeared on City Adventurers One hot evening the City Adventurers were mysteriously invited to a fancy dinner party. The host was a man called Butler. He knew all of us guests, but we had not met each other before. Well, some of us had, as two of us were playing Mr and… More The Butler is Dead!
This Halloween the City Adventurers attended a comedy murder mystery and raised money for Cancer charities. Luckily the fun started at 7.30pm, as the Prime Minister’s address to the nation overran from 4pm to 5pm, until finally it started at 7pm. Not that news of the imminent Lock-down thwarted the performances of the Red Herring… More A Monster Smash
The City Adventurers recently took a trip back in time to 1934. Although the great depression was over and it was a time of prosperity for the social elite, the Great War had cut a swathe through the male population. There wasn’t a family in England that was untouched. Fathers, husbands, sons… all were lost… More A Virtual Cruise…To Murder!
On 1st August City Adventurers traveled back in time to solve the case of Murder In The Grand. Al Scapone , Godfather of the infamous Scapone family, had been found dead in his office at his club known as “The Grand”. There was no doubt Al Scapone had enemies, but it seems his murder may… More Murder In The Grand
Cyanide in the Speakeasy was the last Moonstone Murders play-a-long murder mystery event. the cast traveled back in time to the 1920’s and found themselves at a Speakeasy favoured by stockbrokers. John Hartsby had been found dead at his desk, a glass, smelling suspiciously of bitter almonds, by his side. Could he have been poisoned, and,… More Cyanide in the Speakeasy
Dressed to Kill was the penultimate Moonstone Murders play-a-long murder mystery events. Set in the world of high fashion Pierre Couture had been stabbed in the back. Who could have done it? As ever, Inspector Rutherford was on hand to question the suspects, this time aided by DI Lapworth. Could it be Bryony Hughes, Pierre’s… More Dressed to Kill
After spending a great night trying to solve Red Herrings last murder mystery – Death by Chocolate – we immediately signed up to play their next adventure – Murder in the Midwest! This time we were transported deep into the heart of Indian Territory and the frontier town of Tombstone. Wearing our cowboy hats, we headed (online) to… More Murder in the Midwest
Saturday night we settled down to play “Death by Chocolate”. This was a Murder Mystery Evening via Zoom by Red Herring Games. The Story: Wonky Chocolates were at one time the best known chocolate brand in the world, renowned for its originality and flavour. Originally owned by the eccentric recluse, Willy Wonky, the firm changed… More Death by Chocolate