Mullion Murder Mystery
Saturday 17th November
Dinner only £45.00 per person to include Bubbly and canapé reception and three-course dinner with coffee. Overnight accommodation from £75.00 per room per night to include breakfast.
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“The Maori Murder Mystery”
It is 1930 and a dinner party has been arranged for a small group of friends who collect Maori artefacts from New Zealand. Captain Alfred Fuller has been collecting these rare pieces for some time and he is at the party. His wife Estelle was unable to make it down to Cornwall. Also present is a relatively new collector, Harry Beasley. They are there to meet James Little from Truro, one of the most successful dealers in these rare pieces. From his little shop in Truro he successfully sells much sought-after artefacts to buyers from all over the world.
At nearby Holmescroft House a tragedy recently occurred when one of the residents fell from an upstairs window to her death. The house was occupied by three sisters and it was one of these, Miss Agnes Moultrie, who had died. The other residents of the house, Miss Elizabeth Moultrie and Miss Mary Moultrie are also at the hotel this evening.
Are the two groups connected? Was the death at Holmescroft House an innocent accident or is something more sinister going on?
Tonight, at the dinner party, all seems normal until tensions mount and arguments surface. Before the evening is out another death occurs and, this time, there is no doubt at all that a murder has been committed.
It is down to one of the guests to take charge of the investigation until the proper authorities arrive. All the clues will be there to lead to the correct conclusion, but will they be correctly deduced? The investigator, with the help of the other guests at the event must get to the truth before the night is out!
Join us in the lounge at 7pm for a drinks reception, followed by dinner in the Atlantic View Restaurant