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Murder Mystery Weekend Getaways

Hotels  •  Resorts  •  Lodges

Often, multiple murders baffle us at historic hotels or resorts over the time span of a weekend.

A 3-day/2-night Keith & Margo’s Murder Mystery Weekend is the serious mystery buff’s ideal exercise — an enjoyably intense game of make-believe for intelligent adults requiring logic, deductive reasoning, a competitive spirit and a sense of fun and high adventure. It’s the perfect weekend escape for those of you with a love of solving an intricate triple homicide case.

Difficulty Level:  Challenging

We need extra-clever investigators to crack these intricate cases.

Keith & Margo’s Murder Mystery Weekends offer a chilling opportunity for people like you with a passion for cold blooded murder… slippery red herrings… diabolical clues… and ingenious detective work to be immersed in one of the most unusual, exhilarating, and spine tingling experiences ever! 

The Murder Mystery
Weekend Getaway
Experience

Deceive the group with your suspicious behavior or sniff out the culprit as he plots his upcoming murder. The undercover actors and actresses among you will play their parts to the end, and you can linger on the edges, or attract attention with your enigmatic behavior. Meanwhile, enjoy the accommodations and amenities of some of the Texas’ most historic, sometimes haunted hotels, or the finest resorts and spas — all packaged together and creating a memorable weekend-long timeout from the kids.

Upcoming Mystery Weekends

Jekyll Island Club

Aug 21, 2020 – Aug 23, 2020
Jekyll Island, GA

Green Park Inn

Sep 18, 2020 – Sep 20, 2020
Blowing Rock, NC

New weekends are posted throughout the year.
Come back again to find a weekend near you

Weekend Getaway Event Itinerary

Maybe you’re new to all this and wanna know what’s gonna go down before you dive right in. Smart thinking.

You’re being watched.

Notice anything unusual about that other couple getting their room keys just ahead of you?

Friday Heavy Hors D’oeuvres or Dinner
(Cash Bar):

Here’s where you get to meet the other guests. All you know at this point is that there are imposters in the group. Hmmm… that’s strange. Suddenly you start to notice that your drink smells like burnt almonds. You observe that everyone in the group has some suspicious characteristics about them. Then, of course, nobody believes a word you’ve said so far either. Suffice it to say this isn’t going to be the quiet little  reception you had imagined. After all, this is where it all gets started — usually with a bang. And you without an alibi.

Because of the circumstances at this point, you may even start to notice how interesting it is the way seasoned Homicide Investigators can twist things around and make it look like you aren’t who you say you are. Particularly since that crumbled up piece of paper you casually tossed away during the cocktail party turned out to be a major clue.

Oh well. A murder investigation is underway and so far you’ve managed to make it to the top of the suspect list. Who’s counting? Perhaps a drink later in the bar and some casual conversation will turn up some new leads. Hopefully, somebody without a badge will still want to talk to you.

Saturday Breakfast and/ or Lunch:

Seems the investigation has turned up a lot of new evidence. You begin to see a picture starting to form. Maybe that old lady across the room isn’t really old… or even a lady for that matter. Something’s not adding up.

Wait a minute! Another major twist! Shoot! Just when you thought you were onto something.

After a hearty lunch, a new crime scene to explore and some updates, you decide to enjoy one or two of the hotel’s (or the city’s) amenities or activities while at the same time keeping your eyes open. You decide to spend the rest of the afternoon nonchalantly grilling a few of your prime suspects — off the record, of course.

Saturday Reception
(Cash Bar):

Why not? It’s time to celebrate. You’ve managed to narrow this down to one person and every clue turned up so far points in the right direction. You’ve got this nailed. Don’t say anything to anyone. You don’t want to tip ’em off. After all, there is a prize.

The piece de resistance! It’s a good thing you didn’t tell anyone about your theory — it just got carried out the door in a body bag. Now what? You gotta rethink this. Whoever’s running this weekend just announced that when we come into Brunch in the morning we have to hand in our solutions. All those clues, twists, turns. Mayhem! Wait a minute… what was it that guy said at lunch about… of course! You’ve got another idea! And it’s brilliant! After a cognac or two you might be able to put this down on paper.

You’ve handed in your brilliant solution. A hush falls over the room as our tireless Detective paces back and forth. There’s that smirk on his face again. He has it figured out. Do you?

Whether you won the Prize or not, you had a great time. Great location. Great food. Interesting people. You forgot about work for awhile… all those everyday annoyances… and even though you worked at the investigation… you relaxed. You feel good.

(Please Note: Itineraries and individual hotel amenities vary and are subject to change)

We stayed up until after 2:00 AM Saturday night/Sunday morning working out our theories. As for the charges for the weekend – what a bargain!

Ilene A., San Antonio

What Others Have To Say

We had so much fun, trying to figure out which clues meant something and which ones did not.

Ken and Phyllis K.
Galveston

The clues were challenging and the ‘murders’ were exciting, just the right blend of suspense to make for a great time! We’re addicted!

Shauna and Dempsey S.
Hill Country

The additional depth, detail and thought that went into keeping the action going for the entire weekend must have been a real challenge.

Mark B.
Dallas

Well worth the money, and gave my family something to laugh and reminisce about for years to come.

Cathy K.
via TripAdvisor

From the moment we walked in to the time we left, the actors and staff created a true game environment!

Andre W.
Austin

I had such a great time. I met some really fun new people. Solving a murder is not as easy as you think.

Melissa T.
via Yelp

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