Murder Mystery Dinner on May 18, 2013 called "Uncle Buzzard's Last Request" ----DOORS WILL NOT OPEN TILL 6:30PM
Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:00 PM (CDT)
Bedford, TEXAS 76021
Murder Mystery Dinner
Saturday, May 18, 2013
"Uncle Buzzard's Last Request"
“Uncle Buzzard’s Last Request”
Uncle Buzzard fears that he doesn't have long to live, so he has called the Hatch family together to execute his new Last Will and Testiment. He doesn't want his family bickering over his estate after he is gone, so he wants to personally explain his wishes. Will his daughters, Robin and Sparrow, accept his last request? What about his business partner? Will everyone play nice, or will someone be executed instead of the Will?
Entree: 1/3 Slab of Ribs
Sides: Hot Potato Salad, Green Beans
Dessert: Banana Pudding
Drinks: Water, Ice Tea, and Coffee for Dessert
6:30pm Doors open
6:45pm Dinner starts
7:45pm Head to the auditorium to watch the show
8:45pm Enjoy dessert and coffee and become detectives
9:15ish Head back upstairs to watch the end of the show and see which table solves the mystery and wins a prize that evenning!
You can buy your tickets now!
(Please note that there are 8 people per table and if you are wanting your group to sit together and you are buying separate tickets please let us know. We will need to know the First and Last name of the person that bought the tickets. You can email Amy Bourquin at Amy.firstname.lastname@example.org and Nicole Harris at Nicole.email@example.com
Thanks a bunch and we hope you enjoy the show and if you did not like it then you did not see it here! OBS Staff
When & Where
Old Bedford School
In 1914 Woodrow Wilson was the President of the United States, the Panama Canal had just opened, and World War I had begun. During this year, the citizens of Bedford agreed to a bond project for $5,000.00 to build a new school on Bedford Road for the children of Bedford. Nearly unanimous support for the construction of the school bonds demonstrated the deep and sincere commitment of the residents toward public education. When completed, the school was the largest structure in the area and dominated the local landscape for many years on one of the highest elevations in Bedford.