Photos and Videos
Photos of popular plots and favourite murder mystery actors
We now have three games you can play virtually online via Zoom, FaceTime and other video apps. Go here for more information about them and to see the great reviews they are getting. You can buy, download and run two of them yourselves or enquire here as to how we can run any of them for you.
Bring us your dead!
If you have any murder mystery photos you’d like to send us, we’d love to see them.
Either photos taken during whodunits we’ve run or ones you’ve run yourselves using the downloadable games sold by our sister company.
Please email them to us c/o info [@] mayhem.org.uk.
You might also like the series we’ve been running here and here. Also, for a fantastic collection of photos all taken at the same event, please check out this Victorian murder mystery.
Below are a few images to get you started.
Sherlock’s First Case
Sherlock Holmes, Her Majesty Queen Victoria and death at her Golden Jubilee. As trouble and tribulation afflict Europe’s elite, guess who isn’t amused? The world’s finest detective steps in, sorts out and starts his sleuthing career in style. Available as a Very Participative or Fairly Participative plot. More details here.
A wedding followed swiftly by a funeral. Not the happiest start for our not-so-happy couple. Despite the death, the reception still goes ahead. Available as a Fairly Participative or Watch The Action plot. More here.
A chance to have two of the people you work with murdered. Fairly Participative and very popular! Provides opportunities to include in-jokes and information about you and your colleagues. Click here for more on this office shenanigans plot.
The GRiT Awards
Glitz, guitars and 70s rockadelia. A trip back in time to when the hair was even louder than the music. A rock God is murdered at a live Music Awards event. Whodunit, how and why? Glam up, get down and find out… Fairly Participative. More here.
A plot Agatha Christie might have written. Nasty goings-on in a nice English village. In this 1920s “sealed room” murder mystery, we recreate a crime for you and get you to play the key characters. Very Participative or Watch The Action. To learn more, please go here.
Our murder mysteries are usually private events. Some people have been kind enough to share with us videos they’ve taken at them. Because they are private (and to protect some of those taking part!), we haven’t yet published any of them publicly. If you have any videos you’ve shot at one of our murder mystery games, we’d love to see it. And if you’re happy for us to publish it or have a link to where you’ve published it, even better!
In the meantime, if you’d like to see a video of one of our whodunits, by all means let us know. We have something we can share with you, as long as it remains private.
“He sat for some time in thought with his face sunk in his hands. Then with a sudden impulsive gesture he plucked a photograph from his breast-pocket and threw it on the rustic table before us.”
Dr. Watson, The Adventure of the Devil’s Foot