Murder Mysteries in Kansas City & Independence Missouri - Mystery Schedule
Come to this page for information about upcoming murder mysteries at Silver Heart Inn. If you’ve never been to one of our murder mysteries, here is what to expect.
November Murder Mystery:
Gobble, Gobble, Death and Trouble – November 2nd, 5:30 PM
He was world-renowned for his gourmet turkey dinners. Chef Ramsey Gordon attracted food aficionados from everywhere to his fine-dining establishment, “The Golden Gobbler.”
Last night, Gordon’s restaurant was to have been jam-packed with hungry customers, waiting for the chance to devour his famous main course. Yet, it was not to be. The famished fowl feasters were unexpectedly told the sad news that Gordon was dead, the victim of an unfortunate accident. Yesterday, while lighting his personal oven – the one only he was allowed to use – an explosion rocked the restaurant, putting an untimely end to the career of the duke of the drumstick. The circumstances were suspicious enough that authorities investigated and proclaimed the death to be not an accident, but a well-calculated homicide.
Who would have done away with the wizard of the white meat with Thanksgiving in the air? Only sound logic and expert sleuthing skills will solve the case and ensure that no clues are left over.
– Participation in Murder Mystery
– You can be a suspect!
– Gourmet Dinner
Overnight stay option. Rooms are limited and on a first-come-first-served basis. Two guests, dinner, room, breakfast and Mystery tickets included. Please call for assistance with this special package reservation.
Tickets for the next Mystery are available online here.
December Murder Mystery:
Twas the Night Before Murder – December 7th, 5:30 PM
The mansion of greeting-card magnate Norton Pole was lit up like a Christmas tree. And well it should be on the eve before the annual holiday. The festive occasion was a gathering of a few relatives and business associates, all celebrating another year of record profits for Polar Cards.
The assembled group knew everything that could be known about Pole, from north to south and from east to west. What they didn’t know was that, over dinner, Pole would make an announcement that could change their holiday seasons forever. At least, it could have, had not someone decided to take fate to task and end Pole’s career permanently.
For on Christmas morning, his body was found lying under the huge tree, a startling contrast to the colorful decorations. After all, Pole’s passion was to produce the perfect paeans to postal patrons who patiently perused each massaged message. Why would someone want to end such a lucid life? Was it Pole’s news that had triggered such a rude response? Or had someone taken the opportunity to pay back a dubious debt and carry out a vendetta that had been held inside for years?