Marygreen Manor

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Murder Mystery Nights

Join us for a night of mystery and intrigue at Marygreen Manor Hotel for one of our popular Murder Mystery Nights.

The murderous events begin at 7:00pm and finish at 11:30pm. During your delicious 3 course dinner use your powers of investigation to discover exactly who carried out the heinous crime!

Fantastic value at only £49.50 per person.

These nights are suitable for groups of 4 and above.

A non-refundable deposit of £25.00 per person is required at the time of booking.

For further information or to book your space please contact 01277 225252 or email info@marygreenmanor.co.uk.


Friday 13th March 2015, The Curse of Wyvern House

The date is the 16th November 1924. Wyvern House is set deep in the English countryside. It is owned by Sir Richard Wyvern, a descendent of the original Wyvern family who were granted the right to build on the plot by Elizabeth I.
 
There is said to be a curse that strikes down the new brides of the family’s oldest sons. It is said to have originated with the wife of the original owner of the house, who turned Black Molly, a scullery maid, out of the house when she was found to be pregnant. Having received the news in the Pink Parlour, Molly, blinded by tears, ran from the room and fell to her death down the stairs. As she lay dying, she cursed the Wyvern family for all eternity. Over the 400 years of the house’s existence, several newly married Wyvern women have died both in childbirth and more mysteriously, mostly in falling accidents. It is also said that when a bride-to-be comes to the house, Black Molly haunts the Pink Parlour where she was originally denounced.
 
Sir Richard is in love with the lovely Alice Grey, a society beauty. She has refused to marry him if he insists on living in the old family home, as she is afraid of the curse. However, she has agreed that she will do so if he can prove the house is not haunted and that the curse does not exist. Sir Richard decides to engage the services of a wellknown clairvoyant, Esme Cridge to spend the night in the house, along with several witnesses, Grace Campbell, a middle-aged unmarried librarian with an interest in the occult, Rupert Green, a young journalist, Marcus Townsend, an ex-explorer, antiques dealer and occasional con-man, Mrs MacAllister, the dour housekeeper, for whom he has advertised in the local paper. On a stormy night in November, his guests assemble for the occasion.
 
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Friday 8th May 2015, Murder Behind The Mask

We find ourselves at the first reunion of the 1975 local school drama club, otherwise known as The Ultimate Repertory Drama Society.
 
In 1975 the school secretary, Jane Wright, along with a cash box containing £5,000 from the school safe disappeared without trace. Last year whilst foundations were being dug for an extension to the school theatre the buried skeleton of a woman was discovered along with an empty cash box!
 
Join some the first members of the drama club, Kevin Bloom, Norman Church, Hugh G. Hampton, Rusty Gates, Mary Cooper, Bluebell Hill and Rose Bloom As they become enveloped in a dastardly Murder Mystery.
 
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Friday 2nd October 2015, Murder, Rattle & Roll

It’s the nineteen Fifties!!
 
Join a number of the locals as they enjoy an evening of 1950’s music at the annual village hop.
 
With the evening in full swing events take a dastardly turn for the worst.
 
A scream is heard - The lights return
Someone is dead - but who, how and why?
 
The local Police are useless, but hopefully you’ll be able to solve this dastardly crime?
 
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