Category: Clue: Murder is NOT a Game
Rogers Arena is mostly known for hosting things like concerts and hockey games, but on this special night it was used to host a holiday party for BLT Construction and ended up becoming the High Roller Casino in Las Vegas!
Modifying the CLUE show to a roaring 20’s version was so much fun!
Just have your surprise party at a bar with all your closest friends… and make sure there’s a Murder mystery!
Inspector Dijon takes over Action Car and Trucks Accessories’ Christmas party to find out exactly WHO killed Mr Boddy.
They say that some of the sharpest minds in the game work in insurance, and this crew from Deloitte Sun Life was no exception!
I had one foot on a fishing boat when I received the call that Buddy Boddy’s Body was Dead in Bed, with an Injured Head.
Circle H Ranch was the site of the inaugural show of Clue: Murder is NOT a Game played by the Saskatoon Troupe on December 7th!
Inspector Dijon had his hands full in Winfield as the friends and family
of Mr. Buddy Boddy tried to prove their innocence.
The guests all arrived and the scene was set at Mr. Boddy’s manor…
We couldn’t have asked for a more historic, or picturesque location to solve a murder on this beautiful Thursday afternoon.
The sleuths were keen on this case, and we should have expected no less from the CIBC Toronto West Vaughan Team.
What’s worse – an environmental disaster or the murder of a rich, old man?
The mountains. The Cross Zee Ranch. In a huge tent. A torrential downpour. Murder!
A slab of meat… Co-op wanted to celebrate a slab of meat… With a murder mystery… So we served one up, bloody and extra rare…
When there is a crime to solve, make sure you have the students and faculty of Wilfrid Laurier University on your side!
The board game and movie Clue were so fun because you could explore a mansion and find the evidence, suspects and secret passages along the way. When you HAVE a mansion, why not turn it into ‘Clue comes to life’?!?
Over 100 delightful attendees tried to solve Mr Boddy’s Murder at Fort Calgary for “Clue is not a game” proving that more heads doesn’t always equal more right answers 😉
Are the walls lined with gold and cash at Calgary Petroleum Club? Some members certainly came to pay their respects to the departed, Mr Boddy. But it seems a few others are only on scene to get what they believe is theirs, at any cost.