The Case of the Dead Paparazzi in Savannah, Georgia

by | Aug 7, 2021

Do you like true crime detective shows?

Did you love The Amazing Race?

Big fan of the board game Clue?

Are you looking for a new form of nighttime entertainment?

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions, we have a brand new game for you and it’s called The Case of the Dead Paparazzi.

After introducing The Case of the Dead Paparazzi in Michigan and subsequently facilitating the game in over forty cities covering six states, the game has now been brought to Savannah to finally have a permanent home. The storyline is as follows:

Last night a member of the local paparazzi was found dead in their Savannah apartment. Police headquarters has since narrowed down the suspect list to nine, the suspected weapons list to seven, and the possible crime scenes to six. It is now up to you, our CSI department, to determine whodunit, with what weapon, and where. Clues are littered around town and we have special agents working on the case and forwarding you information as we get it. Can your team crack the case? Was it Miss Starlet with the 9 iron at Ellis Square?

Teams of two to four players will compete simultaneously to solve the crime and win a “Night on the Town” prize package courtesy of Savannah destination spots. The experience has been described as “The Amazing Race” meets the board game Clue. The cast features a mix of professional actors, comedians, and improv performers. The challenges include deciphering clues, interviewing informants, and scouring possible crime scenes for evidence. The event has been created by Donny Klemmer Jr. and it is set to launch in Savannah on Friday, August 13th.

The schedule of events, answers to common questions, and ticket information can be found at investigatedowntown.com.

More detailed questions can be directed to Donny Klemmer Jr. at either (912) 421-5150 or donny@investigatedowntown.com.

Think your team can solve the crime and be the heroes that Savannah needs? Register your team today to find out and we’ll see you on the streets soon. Promo code “TWENTYOFF” gets everyone 20% off for the month of August.

Good luck! You’re going to need it and this town needs you.

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by | Aug 7, 2021

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

CURE Childhood Cancer is making it easy for everyone to share in the fight against childhood cancer by selling flags designed to attach to mailboxes, porches, and front doors. The bows are a simple but meaningful way to shine a light on childhood cancer during September.

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