The Great Airship Race Murder Mystery Dinner

It’s 1898, and the Great Airship Race has started with competitors flying westward towards the finish line in San Francisco and a $50,000 purse. But when the captain of the front runner and her wealthy benefactor are found poisoned – while in midair – murder is the only answer. The race has been halted and all the competitors have been called together to investigate this heinous crime. Can you figure out who-done-it?

Cogs & Corsets and the St. Louis Mystery Company invite you to the Great Airship Race Murder Mystery. You’ll be dining in the Bell Tower room of the Epiphany Farm Restaurant while you try to detect which character is trying to get away with murder.

Dinner includes your choice of roast chicken or beef bulgogi, salad, vegetable, mashed potatoes and a soft drink. There will be a cash bar. The Bell Tower room is on the second floor and no elevator is available.

Tickets can be purchased via the Cogs & Corsets website or at Eventbrite.


Friday, June 3, 2022
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Cost: 57.00


Epiphany Farms Restaurant 220 E. Front Street Bloomington IL 61704 3098287471

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