News: A Door In A Wall announces a new murder mystery event – Horses for Corpses

News: A Door In A Wall announces a new murder mystery event – Horses for Corpses

Immersive game designers A Door In A Wall have announced a new murder mystery event, taking place around London’s historic Camden Market during May and June 2017.

Horses for Corpses is a murder mystery treasure hunt that sends teams of adventurers around the streets of London as they try to crack a case surrounding the murder of a racehorse dealer. During the game, teams of players will follow clues to indoor and outdoor locations where they will interact with actor-characters, solve puzzles and piece together the evidence to work out which one of three suspects committed the crime. A Door In A Wall will be partnering with the world-famous Camden Market, allowing players to explore this amazing location in an intriguing new way.

A Door In A Wall’s unique events combine game design, immersive stories and real-world locations to create exciting experiences for aspiring detectives. Horses for Corpses follows the success previous murder mystery events, including Played to Death (2016), An Appetite for Murder (2015) and A Stab in the Dark (2014), as well as the recently ended A Veiled Threat.

The game will run on selected evenings from 5 May onwards including afternoon events at weekends and bank holidays. The experience will last up to 3.5 hours and is designed for teams and a group size of 3-6 is suggested. Tickets are priced at £32.50 plus booking fees.

 

Horses for Corpses plays from 5 May to 18 June. For more information and to book tickets, visit the website.

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