Whodunnit for Hire

Murder Mystery Entertainment Company in Maryland

Watch out! This is so much fun, you might DIE laughing!
murdermysterycompany@gmail.com | 410-549-2722

Whodunnit for Hire offers fun murder mystery games for public and private events, corporate team building activities and corporate parties. The events are interactive and always a comedy. Here are a few of the options available for your murder mystery party.

 

  • 1920s - Sinister Speakeasy
  • 1950s - Malt Shoppe Murder
  • 1980s - Gag Me With A Spoon. She's Dead.
  • Wild West - Wanted Dead or Alive
  • Pirates - Dead Men Tell No Tales
  • Hollywood - Hollywood Homicide
  • 19 Crimes (Based on the wine)
  • Clue (Based on the board game)
  • Team Building Can Be Murder (ie Who Killed the Boss?)
  • Turning 16 (or 30 or 50, etc.) Can Be Murder

 

Gift cards are available.
Make check for desired amount to
"Whodunnit for Hire" and mail to

Whodunnit for Hire
49 Waterview Road
Baltimore MD 21222

 

My name is Wendy Olenik. I own Whodunnit for Hire. I am excited to turn your company's party into a murder mystery. But watch out. This is so much fun, you might die laughing. Most corporate events have between 40 and 80 employees but you could have as many as 400 (your guests must fit into one room). Scroll down for the FAQ including costs.

murdermysterycompany@gmail.com

 

 

Wendy Olenik

WHODUNNIT FOR HIRE

410-549-2722

 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q? What is the cost for a ticket? A. The average cost is $30-$45/person without food or $80-$95/person with food.

Q? Could I book all the seats and turn it into a private party? A. Yes. Love that. Or, book several tables and make it a semi-private event.

Q? I’d like to arrange a private Whodunnit party elsewhere. Where should I host it? A. Choose a location within 50 miles of Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Your guests must fit into one room, the location must have free on-site parking and the location must be handicap accessible. Your cafeteria or large boardroom might be perfect.

Q? I am hosting a company party. What is the cost for you to turn my private event into a murder mystery? A. The Production Format (a play with seven actors) is $3500. The Game Format (your guests are sleuths and suspects) is $1250.

Q? What is the difference between the Production Format and the Game Format? A. The Production Format is a play with seven actors. The Game Format is an activity which requires volunteers from among your guests to play the suspects.

Q? How many guests should be at my private party? A. You need minimum of 20 guests. The maximum is 400 guests. My game format works best with 40-80 or more guests (five - ten tables).

Q? I will have fewer than 20 guests. Could I hire you to turn it into a murder mystery? A. No.

Q? I plan to host a Team Building Whodunnit for my corporate event. Could I keep this a surprise from my staff? Could I tell you the guests I’d like accused? Could I get a customized storyline? A. Yes. Yes. And yes.

Q? How long does it take? A. Plan two hours from "dead body" to "awards", plan three hours for the entire event. Use this timeline as an example.

  • 6:00pm Doors Open/Welcome Reception
  • 7:00pm Mystery Begins followed by Salads Served or opening the Buffet
  • 7:30pm Entrees Served followed by Interrogations
  • 8:30pm Desserts Served followed by Wrap-Up, Curtain Call and Awards
  • 9:00pm End (it will take me15 minutes to break-down, pack-up and vacate)

Q? Should I provide a meal to my guests during the murder mystery? A. Yes. My mysteries are written assuming this is a dinner party.

Q? Should I provide additional entertainment such as a band or DJ? A. No.

Q? Can the guests be in more than one room? A. No.

Q? Why should I book with Whodunnit for Hire? A. I've been doing this for more than twenty years. I know what I'm doing and I do it extremely well. Your employees are going to have a fantastic time. They will be laughing and engaged. At the end of this party they will be singing your praises.

Q? What information should I send you to book a murder mystery party? A. Send the date, start time, location, and whether you are booking the Production Format ($3500 for seven actors) or the Game Format ($1250 for your guests to be the suspects).

Q? How do I get in touch with you? A. My name is Wendy Olenik and I own Whodunnit for Hire. You may text, call or email me. I am excited to turn your event into a murder mystery party.

410-549-2722

murdermysterycompany@gmail.com

 

Murder Mystery Entertainment Company in Maryland

Watch out! This is so much fun, you might DIE laughing!
murdermysterycompany@gmail.com | 410-549-2722

Whodunnit for Hire offers fun murder mystery games for public and private events, corporate team building activities and corporate parties. The events are interactive and always a comedy. Here are a few of the options available for your murder mystery party.

 

  • 1920s - Sinister Speakeasy
  • 1950s - Malt Shoppe Murder
  • 1980s - Gag Me With A Spoon. She's Dead.
  • Wild West - Wanted Dead or Alive
  • Pirates - Dead Men Tell No Tales
  • Hollywood - Hollywood Homicide
  • 19 Crimes (Based on the wine)
  • Clue (Based on the board game)
  • Team Building Can Be Murder (ie Who Killed the Boss?)
  • Turning 16 (or 30 or 50, etc.) Can Be Murder

 

Gift cards are available.
Make check for desired amount to
"Whodunnit for Hire" and mail to

Whodunnit for Hire
49 Waterview Road
Baltimore MD 21222

 

My name is Wendy Olenik. I own Whodunnit for Hire. I am excited to turn your company's party into a murder mystery. But watch out. This is so much fun, you might die laughing. Most corporate events have between 40 and 80 employees but you could have as many as 400 (your guests must fit into one room). Scroll down for the FAQ including costs.

murdermysterycompany@gmail.com

 

 

Wendy Olenik

WHODUNNIT FOR HIRE

410-549-2722

 

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q? What is the cost for a ticket? A. The average cost is $30-$45/person without food or $80-$95/person with food.

Q? Could I book all the seats and turn it into a private party? A. Yes. Love that. Or, book several tables and make it a semi-private event.

Q? I’d like to arrange a private Whodunnit party elsewhere. Where should I host it? A. Choose a location within 50 miles of Baltimore, Maryland, USA. Your guests must fit into one room, the location must have free on-site parking and the location must be handicap accessible. Your cafeteria or large boardroom might be perfect.

Q? I am hosting a company party. What is the cost for you to turn my private event into a murder mystery? A. The Production Format (a play with seven actors) is $3500. The Game Format (your guests are sleuths and suspects) is $1250.

Q? What is the difference between the Production Format and the Game Format? A. The Production Format is a play with seven actors. The Game Format is an activity which requires volunteers from among your guests to play the suspects.

Q? How many guests should be at my private party? A. You need minimum of 20 guests. The maximum is 400 guests. My game format works best with 40-80 or more guests (five - ten tables).

Q? I will have fewer than 20 guests. Could I hire you to turn it into a murder mystery? A. No.

Q? I plan to host a Team Building Whodunnit for my corporate event. Could I keep this a surprise from my staff? Could I tell you the guests I’d like accused? Could I get a customized storyline? A. Yes. Yes. And yes.

Q? How long does it take? A. Plan two hours from "dead body" to "awards", plan three hours for the entire event. Use this timeline as an example.

  • 6:00pm Doors Open/Welcome Reception
  • 7:00pm Mystery Begins followed by Salads Served or opening the Buffet
  • 7:30pm Entrees Served followed by Interrogations
  • 8:30pm Desserts Served followed by Wrap-Up, Curtain Call and Awards
  • 9:00pm End (it will take me15 minutes to break-down, pack-up and vacate)

Q? Should I provide a meal to my guests during the murder mystery? A. Yes. My mysteries are written assuming this is a dinner party.

Q? Should I provide additional entertainment such as a band or DJ? A. No.

Q? Can the guests be in more than one room? A. No.

Q? Why should I book with Whodunnit for Hire? A. I've been doing this for more than twenty years. I know what I'm doing and I do it extremely well. Your employees are going to have a fantastic time. They will be laughing and engaged. At the end of this party they will be singing your praises.

Q? What information should I send you to book a murder mystery party? A. Send the date, start time, location, and whether you are booking the Production Format ($3500 for seven actors) or the Game Format ($1250 for your guests to be the suspects).

Q? How do I get in touch with you? A. My name is Wendy Olenik and I own Whodunnit for Hire. You may text, call or email me. I am excited to turn your event into a murder mystery party.

410-549-2722

murdermysterycompany@gmail.com

 

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