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15th Annual Joslyn Castle Murder Mystery: Who Tied the Knot?

Going to the Castle and we’re going to get…EEEkk!

The time is fast approaching to once again answer that infamous question…..WHO DUNNIT?

Mark your calendars to join us for our 15th Annual Murder Mystery –“Who Dunnit? Who Tied the Knot?” February 28th - March 2nd. Join the Joslyn Castle as we take a walk down the aisle together, for a journey on the open seas featuring a double wedding and misbehaving parents…it’s enough to drive you to kill. Family…are we right?

Now in its 15th year, the Joslyn Castle Murder Mystery is brought to life and death by local Murder Mystery writer and director, Colleen Fogarty.     

We’re headed back to 1939, as we gather around the television to enjoy a program featuring a wrestler duo who are looking to get hitched to their blushing brides, but their families are making it anything but marital bliss. A wedding aboard the USS Murder could make anyone want to…jump ship.

The Murder Mystery entertains guests with fun and intrigue in the mysterious setting of the Castle by blending great melodrama and community engagement in George and Sarah Joslyn’s magnificent home. 

Early bird tickets are $75/person before January 11th, and $85/person after. Ticket includes a catered dinner, drink ticket, and a rip-roaring old-fashioned murder mystery performed throughout the historic Joslyn Castle.

New this year is an opportunity to book our exclusive VIP suite for your party of up to 12 guests. Dinner will be served around the Joslyns’ original dining room table in their incredible dining room. VIP guests will enjoy plated dinner service, two drink tickets, private performances for your party, and acknowledgement as an event underwriter in the Murder Mystery program. (Note: Saturday VIP Package is SOLD-OUT!)

Doors open at 6:30pm, and performances start at 7:00pm. A cash bar will be available. Guests are encouraged to embrace the theme and dress in your best 1930’s attire, as a wedding guest, or even as a wrestler!

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