Sir Robert Peel founded the modern police force and is the reason English police are known as "bobbies."
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The death scene seemed all too real!
This mystery is designed to be an evening's entertainment and the focal point of your event. Give yourself two to three hours to stage it based upon how theatrical you want to get with your staging.
How many people can participate in this mystery?
From seven to 70 people can comfortably participate in the investigation.
Does everyone have a role?
The plot includes seven suspects AND an undercover detective to lead the investigation. These individuals are the only ones with assigned roles. Everyone else becomes a sleuth who uses effective investigative techniques to figure out the intricacies of the crime. Since the guilty party doesn't know who did it, everyone can attempt to solve the case.
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Sir Robert Peel founded the modern police force and is the reason British police are known as "bobbies."
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