1940s Murder Mystery Host Your Own Game Kit

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Host your own In Real Life or Virtual Murder Mystery game night with the ultimate 1940s themed murder mystery game. Our host your own murder mystery kits are perfect for a night in with family, a dinner party game with friends or a team building exercise over Zoom for colleagues.

Simply download the mystery game materials immediately after purchase, invite your friends and enjoy a night of laughs and mystery. 

It’s 1946 and the war is over!

To honour those brave soldiers who fought to bring peace back to the land, Lord Winchester, is having a party. Known for his diverse guests, lavish decor, and free flowing booze any gathering at his London Manor is always the talk of the town.

As guests are enjoying a cocktail or three, the lights go out and when they turn back on Winchester is dead.

What was the motive? Revenge? Jealousy?

 It’s up to you to find out. 

Murder Mystery Game Title: A 1940s Murder

Game Play: Random Replayable Game

Crime: Murder

Character Genders: Multiple Gender Neutral, Male & Female Characters

Game Setting: 1946, London, England

Difficulty: Medium (Replayable With Different Outcome)

Game Length: 1.5 - 3.5 Hours

Costume Suggestions: 1940s Themed Costumes

Ages: 13+

  • Host Guide
  • Detective Audio Files
  • Evidence Packs
  • Character Booklets
  • Game Ballot
  • Costume Suggestions (In Character Guides)
  • Invitations

4 - 8 Player Game

Julie Gala

American, Singer and Actress on the silver screen, wants to be cast in better roles

Aubrey Heyburn

Belgian, training to be a ballerina in the West end, family fortune lost during WWII,

Alfie Hitchlock

British born, famous Hollywood director who specializes in thriller and horror films

Mark Cable

America actor, former heart throb who became a WWII soldier & pilot, bit of a ladies man

Mearl. E.  Temple

American, achieved great success as a child actor, but has had very little success as an adult

Lou. C. Ball

American, comedian, singer and actor, hasn’t worked in a while, outspoken and untraditional

Edna/Edgar Beaver

Overly friendly Chief of Staff at Winchester Manor. knows everyone’s secrets

Henri Pierot

Belgian, Retired Private Investigator, very famous across Europe, obsessively neat and orderly.

4 - 14 Player Game

Jane Marble

British, former WWII nurse, observant, interested in crime, never married, early feminist

Agnes Chrystal

British, Recently divorced, famous author of crime novels, independent early feminist

B. Rownose

young soldier, now Winchester’s secretary, finds out people’s secrets and snitches on them. 

Jerry Kraut

German, far too British sounding to be real, a gentleman who’s in hiding, works as a butler

Thelmia Se’cretz

Austrian, journalist, turned spy, can hold her own against any man, carries grudges

Colonel. J.  Muster

American, fought in both wars, lost his eye in one, got rich in the other, hiding something

4 - 20 Player Game

Lee/Leah N Field

British, weapons expert, specializing in rifles and other firearms, orphan seeking their family

Sherman Tank

American, loud, brash, hot headed soldier, believes he single handily won the war, traditional

Pearl/Earl Harbour

American, builds and repairs ships, knows everyone’s secrets, struggling to find work, nervous

Alana Turing

British, mathematician, understands computer programs and codes, angry and man hating

S. Pitfire

British, WWII pilot, reputation for never missing their target, sexually deviant and serious flirt

Winnie. C. Urchill

British, traditional, politician wife, hates anything vulgar, love bulldogs and hates celebrities.