Colonel Mustard’s Secret Passage – Dec 30th & 31st

So far in the 2016-2017 Murder Mystery season the Ravenwood Detective Agency has taken on zombies and murderous fairy tales, and visited Middle Earth and the land of the Princess Bride, and that’s just the beginning! What adventure could possibly be next? I haven’t a clue

Luckily, you did! We are thrilled to announce the Ravenwood Detective Agency’s next caper is the winner of last year’s Choose Your Adventure contest. Join us New Year’s Eve weekend for Colonel Mustard’s Secret Passage, a mystery based on the classic board game Clue!

Colonel DeJohn Mustard planned a quiet getaway to a country castle to ring in the New Year and enjoy some rest and relaxation. His trip has unfortunately been interrupted by a murder – his own!

The Ravenwood Detective Agency is calling all agents to assist in its most recent case: Colonel Mustard’s Secret Passage. The facts as we know them are scant: Colonel Mustard has been found dead in the remote Ravenwood Castle. Whether Professor Plum, a library or a wrench have anything to do with the crime remain to be seen.

Join us December 30th and 31st for the debut of our Clue themed murder mystery. It will be a New Year’s celebration to be remembered!

Tickets for Colonel Mustard’s Secret Passage are $100, and include Saturday night’s dinner. As with all of our mysteries, the event starts with dinner on Friday. Late arrivals will be accommodated as best as possible, but to enjoy the full experience please attempt to arrive early Friday evening.

And stay tuned for announcements of even more exciting mystery announcements for the 2016-2017 season!

If you haven’t been to one of our mystery weekends and are wondering what they are all about, check out our Murder Mystery page for all of the details. And stay tuned here at Quoth the Raven to hear about the rest of the great mysteries we have planned for this season!

Jim Reed

Jim Reed is a lifelong gamer who started with the original red box Dungeons & Dragons. After spending 20 years in the corporate world, he decided it was high time that work be fun and struck out on his own. Jim now owns and operates Ravenwood Castle, and spends his days ensuring his guests have as much fun as he does.