"Murder on the Prairie" -- CSF Murder Mystery 2011

The murderer of Richard Woods.

Calling all lawmen and detectives!

Yesterday in Mitchido, Richard Woods – a wealthy landowner – was shot down in cold blood whilst he was riding to town. He leaves behind his wife Katherine and daughter Annabel. There is a gathering of his family and the townsfolk to discuss what should be done. The people at the meeting look uneasy. They are not sure who will be arrested as the murderer and they are afraid that the gunslighters that are present might take the law into their own hands if they don't like the verdict.

It's your job to figure out who the murderer is! Come to the Mitchido Town Hall (2901 University Ave, Morgantown, WV) to help us catch the no good, dirty rotten, yellow bellied, son of a gun who did it!

See y'all at the meetin'!

Sheriff Clyde Williams

 Show up at CSF on Saturday, November 12th by 7pm. Also, you can check out the Facebook event to RSVP and stay up to date on all the shenanigans coming out of Mitchido.



Murder Mystery

This year Murder Mystery, “The Disappearance of Death” was performed on November 6th.  The cast consisted of Jenny Suttle, Stacy Kunze, Katie Cox, Marissa Schott, Matt Law, Ryan Butler, Jarrett Riley and Alec James.  We started off the evening socializing then headed upstairs for the intro before the private detectives were allowed to start asking questions.  At the end of the night the Police Chief (Alec) announced that it was Ivan Radinski (Ryan) that murdered his cousin and Ivan was placed in custody.  The private detective that solved the case was Mr. John Kunze.  The investigation if Stacy Kunze (Baroness) had anything to do with hints was closed the minute it opened because none of the characters knew who the murder was until it was announced that night.  It was a night of relatives but the Kunze clan is clean.  Everyone had a really good time and the evening went wonderful.  The cast had a blast and they all performed amazingly.  Thank you to everyone who was involved!

[Written by Katy Riley for the December 2010 Newsletter, which can be found here]