In Indianapolis’s beautiful Old Northside, Harrison Manor is a fine example of traditional estate dwelling. Over the last few months, both the manor and its grounds have been lovingly restored and improved to create a unique leisure experience and will soon become a hotel.
Unfortunately, the evening’s opening night has been thrown into disarray buy the discovery of the owner’s dead body on the manor grounds. Rather than lose business, the daughter of the deceased has put her grief aside and plans to use the murder to the hotel’s advantage. As the police are on strike, she is offering the guests the opportunity to engage in a real murder enquiry.
Guests will work in teams, interrogating suspects and gathering clues throughout the mansion to solve the crime. Will your team be the victorious sleuths?
“When and under what conditions is the black man to have a free ballot? When is he in fact to have those full civil rights which have so long been his in law?” Benjamin Harrison
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