Murder at Anonville Manor mystery party

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A traditional old mansion murder mystery party game for 8-16 guests, ages 16 and up (due to difficulty). By using the expansion packs, you will have 32 unique players and the ability to expand to over 62 guests by using expandable teams of reporters. Not for novices - this game was created for those ready to sleuth an exciting murder mystery! This is the instant download upon purchase version of the game - no waiting, download instantly, and there's nothing to ship, so you avoid shipping fees!  Easy to host, easy to prepare.  For the party ready pack, click on the link below in the helpful links section.

With your download, you'll have access to the host instruction file, solution file, printable file, and the optional expandable team file. The printable invitation can be accessed below, under helpful links. 

This is an in-person, traditional formatted game. Looking for virtual games? Click here. 

8 out of 10 murder mystery rating difficulty.

Helpful Links:

Click here to view the character list!

Click here for the free, printable invitation!

Click here to view the 8+ character expansion pack#1 

Click here to view the 8 character expansion pack#2  (expansion packs must be played in order)

Click here to view sample game materials.

Click here  for the boxed set to have My Mystery Party staff prepare your game kit!

Click here to check out the Murder Mystery Prop Emporium! 

Direct your guests to the corresponding site at 'Your Mystery Party'

(This game is unique and does not contain a forensic report.) 

Mystery Synopsis

The historical Anonville Manor closed for business years ago because of a desperate need for restoration and daft rumors of ghost hauntings. The previous owners abandoned the rundown property, never turning back.

A secretive entrepreneur purchased the old bed & breakfast. The property has undergone renovations, and the owner announced to the media that the manor is free of paranormal activity, and has been restored to the pristine caliber of the good ole’ days when the estate was frequented by the rich and famous. The proprietor has chosen to remain anonymous, but the townsfolk have found that choice to be quite mysterious. An exclusive group of guests have received invitations to the grand opening dinner party to be held in the legendary Majestic Ballroom of the estate. You are on the guest list. You are intrigued, but apprehensive, as not everybody on the invite list gets along well, and sparks could fly. This is where your story begins.

How to host a large party:

    • 16 unique players from the main game
    • 8 unique players from Expansion Pack #1 (purchased separately)
    • 8 unique players from Expansion Pack #2(purchased separately)
    • 15 duplicate expandable team of the CBC-TV News Crew with Tele N. Ewe from the main game
    • 15 duplicate expandable team of the RBC-TV News Crew with Pat Couric from Expansion pack #1 (purchased separately)

This totals 62 players for the guest lists, including 32 unique character roles and 30 additional reporters that play in two teams. 

Commercial Licenses 

If you wish to host this (or any other) game for profit, you will need a commercial license or provide us with your 501C number for a charity fundraiser - click here. 

For DIY party decor and food: 

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Minimum age:
16 years (difficulty)
# of players:
8-16 players
Expansion pack:
8 players, 8 players
Over 60 with expanded teams (including expansion packs and expandable teams)
Gender of players:


  • 4
    Great mystery!!

    Posted by Pam on Oct 28th 2017

    This is a great deal! Everything was prepared and all I had to do was print the pages that I needed. All the information needed was given. There were recipe suggestions if you wanted to use them but again I used my own meal planning. The package also lays out a time frame for the entire evening so you know you are on the right track. I chose to read the entire mystery before assigning characters so that I would pick the best person for each. As a host, I also gave myself a character but I was very selective about it in order to accommodate my hosting expectations...

  • 5
    We all had a great time

    Posted by Unknown on Jun 4th 2017

    Thanks for giving us a great party. We're already planning our next one from you!

  • 5
    Fun party for teens

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 4th 2017

    This is the 4th party we've ordered from my mystery party and they've all been great. This was for my 15 year old daughters birthday with 10 kids - both girls and boys. I was looking for something challenging because she and her friends love puzzles and games and a good challenge. They had so much fun. The only thing I changed was the word scramble. I knew that would be too easy for them. Instead I made a list of phobias and definitions. In teams they had to match the phobia word with the rIght definition. We played all of the other optional games except charades. This game is great for teens and would be fun for adults as well.

  • 5
    Guests had a blast

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 15th 2017

    We had 20 guests for the Anonville Manor murder mystery dinner party. The guests had a blast. No one 'guessed' the murderers identy early. It took me a few hours to set up the game. If your short on time it would be worth having the vendor send you a ready to go kit.

  • 5
    Great characters and so easy to put together

    Posted by Angela Becker on May 2nd 2016

    Our daughter did the Ravenswood mystery party last year and this year her friends wanted her to have another mystery birthday party so it was nice to find one that had so many players and could add more from the expansion pack too to include 21 friends.