Fallen angels solve whodunnit
Last updated at 11:27, Friday, 09 November 2012
AN old fashioned whodunnit was given a sinister twist to celebrate Halloween.
Super sleuths, dressed as fallen angels, gathered at Abbey House Hotel for its annual Murder Mystery Night.
Emma Forrester, from Ulverston, attended with six of her friends, and solved the puzzles to frame the suspect.
“I organised for myself and my friends to attend,” she said.
“The tickets were sold enough in advance for us to start organising our costumes.
“We all stuck to the theme, although we did have a couple of hags.”
The diners enjoyed a three course meal and a performance by actors before solving the mystery.
“It was a real laugh,” added Emma.
“And we won.”
Emma received a certificate and a collection of Sherlock Holmes stories.
First published at 11:25, Friday, 09 November 2012
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