•• Murder Mystery at Dumfries Museum ••

25 January 2019

Highly Suspect presents “The Curse of King Tut.” The tomb is opened; the pharaoh disturbed and the curse awakened; and then the first of them dies…

Cairo 1922. It is the opening night of the new King Tut Exhibition at Sphinx ‘n’ Kinks Museum, the only establishment to combine artificats celebrating ancient Egypt and erotica- a niche market we’re sure you’ll agree! But someone has been found dead, his body completely desiccated; every trace of blood and moisture had been removed.

What manner of devilry is at work here? Is the Curse of the Pharaoh’s Tomb coming true? Or is this merely theft and murder dressed up in folklore.

Can you survive the curse and solve this the evenings mysterious events?

This event is BYOB.

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