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Jace B.
Verified
Report | 5 days ago
Push on the walls to find secret passage ways.
Alex J.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
This is a blast, if you are on the fence about it, just do it, the cast are great people, and the mystery is well thought out.
Andrea A.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
This was super fun for the whole family. We took our 12 and 13 year old kids and we all had fun. It took a few minutes to figure out what was going on, but the cast was awesome at helping us figure out what we needed to do.
Katie S.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
Be prepared to have so much fun! This was the best date my husband and I have done in years!
Becca S.
Verified
Report | 19 days ago
Get into the show and just let loose
Felicia W.
Verified
Report | 24 days ago
Eat dinner before
Kathy W.
Verified
Report | 25 days ago
It was a little confusing what to do at first. But collect your first "card" clue & move from clue to clue. Having the right clue for each character is important not simply asking questions. The characters are funny, overall fun date night.
Mercedes H.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Go with an open mind and an adventurous spirit! I thought that this was going to be more of a dinner mystery. Instead it was so much more, fun and interactive. The actors were phenomenal, the author clearly put a lot of time and thought into it and the story line was creative. Overall a great time!
Renae A.
Verified
Report | a month ago
Talk to everyone. Ask lots of questions, esp. ask how you can help the characters. And have lots of fun.
Carrie N.
Verified
Report | a month ago
We had a great time! But there was walking involved, so wear good shoes.
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From Our Editors

The Mystery Theater at the Castle of Chaos puts a different spin on the typical murder-mystery show. When guests arrive, instead of filing into assigned seats, they step directly onto the set. And they're not passive observers either; they're encouraged to jump into the investigation, questioning the characters they meet and searching the room for clues. These clues might prompt a character to share more information, helping them to determine whodunit. In the final scene, the cast reveals whether the audience has correctly identified the perp or allowed someone to get away with murder.

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