Can Students Solve A Murder Mystery?

Prove detective skills at Liberty Hall!

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Can Students Solve A Murder Mystery?

Photo Credit: Liberty Hall @ Kean University

Joanna Kristine Ninal

Join Liberty Hall Museum on Saturday, November 26, 2016, as they will be hosting a murder mystery event! Murder Mystery at the Museum resembles a live-action version of the classic board game, Clue. 

Students who participate will be transported back to the year of 1932. Mr. Fredric Ericson, a visitor in the Kean household, has been murdered, and it is up to the students to find out who the culprit is. Could it possibly be his wife that maybe he no longer loved? Or maybe it was his son-in-law who was written out of the will? Perhaps it could be one of his trusted servants? 

Guests will be in teams and become detectives as they are guided throughout the first floor of the museum. They will get to interview Mr. Ericson's family, five guests who came along with him before his murder at dinner and find out who, what and why Mr. Ericson was murdered. 

Think this murder mystery can be solved and be the first one to piece together the clues before anyone else? 

The times available for the event are 4 p.m., 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. Each session is about an hour and a half long. 

Entrance is $40 per person and reservations must be made by Saturday, November 19, 2016. Tickets can be purchased by calling 908-527-0400 or on the website

at: www.kean.edu/libertyhall/events.

After the mystery has been solved, those who have participated will receive criminally good refreshments!


about the author

Joanna Kristine Ninal, Staff Writer
ninaljo@kean.edu

Joanna Kristine Ninal is an English education double major with minors in Asian and Chinese studies. Ninal works as a Staff Writer for The Cougar's Byte since fall 2016. Ninal loves to play video games, such as “Overwatch” and “Final Fantasy XIV”, as well as create projects such as videos, stories and scripts in her free time. She loves to read and write, especially dramatic and romantic themes in young adult literature like the Harry Potter series and the To All The Boys I've Loved Before series. Her goal in life is to be an English teacher and travel around to teach in countries such as Japan, China and South Korea.