Nine of us took part in your wonderful Murder Mystery Titanic last Saturday, 3rd Feb.
We all had a fabulous time and we divided the play into four parts, with breaks in between for appropriate games and food. John (Ella's father with beard) bought two fantastic posters, the B.&W. one in particular was very atmospheric.
My husband, Chris drew some posters too and we tried to decorate as much as possible. Our entrance hall to the cottage we decorated with luggage and labels, we had an official customs and boarding area and everyone had to sign in. Over the archway into the dining room we had purple tinsel hanging as a curtain and the room itself looked lovely with several lighted lanterns and candles.
You really do have a gift for writing these murder mysteries, Gary, and there are so many suggestions and extra print-offs/labels to help with ideas that the whole experience is a real joy to take "on board." It also motivated us to read up about Titanic on the internet and it was quite fascinating to discover the facts about the doomed ship - doomed mostly because of outside events to do with weather and odd conditions.
Thank you again and again for giving us such fun last Saturday, as well as the hours of planning beforehand. We're all disappointed the occasion is over - it's even snowing today and that's in the South West of England (unusual).
Our very best wishes to you, Jen Barker.