Coed Howling Noises Mystery Party Game and Kit for 10 Players: Filled with Fun, Games and Laughter

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SimpliFun Studios, 2004
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Give a Great Youth Mystery Party Without Knocking Yourself Out... Even the Host Has a Great Time with Party Kits!!
Wondering how to entertain those girls and boys ages 9 to 12 coming to your home for a 2 hour party? We can make you the perfect host in less than ten minutes from now!
The moment you place your order you'll be able to print your needed party materials. All you need is a color printer and you can easily host a SimpliFun party. You can even add your own child's name and party information for personalized invitations!
A mystery party game is a unique play acting party where the guests become the characters who solve the mystery. You'll get a mystery ling-by-line script, invitations, thank you cards, room decorations, and recipes.
This mystery script is written for 10 players with 2 boys and 2 girls and 6 either gender along with adult help and acting.
In Mystery of the Howling Noises Sam's Uncle Geoff is on an extended vacation in Europe. He has asked his sister-in-law, Meg, to move in with her family to watch his house in his absence. He told her that strange things have been happening there over the past six weeks or less, and he didn't want the house empty. He didn't elaborate on the strange happenings.
After being there for about a week, during which time, nothing out of the ordinary was noticed, except some weird howling winds in the woods behind the house, Meg agreed to let Sam host a party. Sam and some friends decided that would be fun, even to cooking their own supper on the grill.
Your guests are invited to come in character. Decorating your house to look like a mansion is easy with the front door decoration. Just follow the script in the complete step-by-step instruction booklet and you and your guests are sure to have a unique evening of fun!
Created by SimpliFun Studios because there's more to a party than just eating cake!
 

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Shirley Foster is former Reader in English and American Literature at the University of Sheffield.

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