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Murder on the High Seas!

Murder Mystery Mini Cruise

Murder Mystery Mini Cruise

Red Herring Games

Red Herring Games

CosyCruise - for the travelling detective

CosyCruise - for the travelling detective

The UK’s multi-award winning murder mystery company Red Herring Games today announce their latest event – a murder mystery mini cruise 5-7th October

GRIMSBY, N.E. LINCS, UNITED KINGDOM, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The UK’s multi-award winning murder mystery company Red Herring Games today announce their latest event – a murder mystery mini cruise!

Setting sail on the 5th October 2018 travelling between Hull and Amsterdam, this unique weekend experience will engage travellers in an immersive murder mystery experience from the moment they board.

The story will be set in the 1930s and is linking up (in prequel fashion) with the popular murder mystery subscription box the firm launched in 2017.

“Those currently engaged in our Cosykiller experience have said they’d love to meet our characters in real life.” Jo Smedley, Managing Director of Red Herring Games said. “This murder mystery mini-cruise is the obvious time to introduce them to each other.”

Cosykiller, which launched after a successful Kickstarter Campaign in 2017, follows the story of Marie Jones, a young woman sent out from England to India during the time of the Raj. Her disappearance in 1935 is the case under investigation by the subscription box fans.

“You don’t need to be involved in the subscription box to enjoy the weekend” Jo Smedley said. “This is a stand-alone event. It was just that everyone involved in Cosykiller wanted to meet Marie, and this seemed like a great way of making that possible. ”

The murder under investigation during the cruise is set on board a British ship heading for India and the colonies. As yet Red Herring Games aren’t revealing the suspects, the only thing they have confirmed is that the mysterious splash Marie Jones reported in her diary entries may be explored during the cruise.

“We’re planning a mix of activities during the voyage.” Jo Smedley said. “There will be clues delivered to the cabins, as well as suspects they can interrogate while on board. The cruise will run in a similar way to our live action multi-room events with clues and suspects in different areas of the ship. Guests can decide who they want to speak to and when, and also form their own lines of questioning. It’ll be very much participant led.”

Red Herring Games have designed events all over the world, creating bespoke murder mysteries from Hawaii to Egypt. They’ve worked with big names such as Crimecon and the Agatha Christie Festival, and have received numerous awards for their unique creative business.

This cruise will be their first interactive event on board a ferry.

“It might be our first time running a ship based event.” Jo said. “But it’s not our first experience designing for them. Our games have been played on both large private yachts and on cruise liners before. This’ll just be the first time we’ve been on board ourselves while the game plays out!”

Tickets for the Murder mystery Mini-cruise start at just £245 per person and can be obtained directly from them on 01472 348909.

Jo Smedley
Red Herring Games LTD
44 1472 348909
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