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Bloomington-Normal, Illinois
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Date & Time
Saturday, November 4, 2023
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
$50 each (food and drink included)
1000 Monroe Dr. , Bloomington , IL , 61701
Due to its overwhelming popularity, this event is back for a SECOND YEAR with an ALL-NEW MYSTERY!

Calling all flappers, gangsters, and bootleggers!

Join us at the David Davis Mansion on Saturday, November 4th for a night of cocktails and hors d’ouvres, a bit of ragtime and jazz, fabulous flapper fashions…and a game of intrigue!

Attendees are highly encouraged to wear 1920’s costumes and accessories. Our WhoDunIt actors and mansion staff will be dressed for the occasion, and we hope you will join us! A photo booth with fun props and accessories will be available to capture your best flapper fashions. Be sure to dress your best, because we’ll award a prize for the Best Costume!

Note: Almost ALL of last year’s 100+ attendees dressed in 1920’s fashions, and it was AMAZING!

Enjoy an evening stroll through the mansion while sipping a drink, mingling with friends, and playing a live Clue-inspired murder mystery challenge. You’ll also hear all your favorite roaring twenties music played on our 150-year-old piano throughout the night.

Using a provided game card, you’ll hunt down suspects throughout the mansion and attempt to ask all the right questions to find out…WhoDunIt? Put your investigative talents to the test and see if you can be the first to solve the mystery and win a special prize!

This is an event geared towards adults, but we absolutely welcome older, mature teenagers to attend and enjoy the fun! Please be prepared to show ID at the door so we can provide you with a wristband.

Each event time (7pm and 8:30pm) is scheduled to run for approximately 90 minutes, but it could take less or more time to solve the mystery, depending on your sleuthing skills.

Tickets sales for this event begin on September 15, are $50 each (and include food and drink) and may be purchased at

For more information, please contact Adrienne Huffman, Program Coordinator at the David Davis Mansion at (309) 828-1084.