JONESBOROUGH, TN – March 11, 2019 – “The Death of Dr. Pepper” is an outrageous Murder Mystery Dinner taking play 7 p.m. April 11-May 4 at the Historic Eureka Inn. Doors open at 6:45 p.m. each night and reservations are required.
This hilarious whodunit was written by Eileen Moushey and produced for Special Arrangement by Mysteries By Moushey, Inc.
Guests will become part of the show by using their amateur detective skills after witnessing dastardly deeds. Join in the fun and interrogate suspects and search the Inn for clues. A four-course dinner including appetizer, salad, and entree will be served at 7pm. Dessert is served up to our sleuths will as they detect whodunit! Prizes are awarded to those who are solve the case correctly.
The Eureka was originally built as a residence in 1797. After 222 years, the Inn has withstood the test of time and the Parlor was added in 1850 by William Henry Maxwell. The space is transformed into an intimate Mystery Theatre. At Eureka’s Mystery Parlor, guests are invited to enjoy an evening of enigmatic theatrical delight.
Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased at the Historic Eureka Inn, EventBrite, or by calling 423-913-6100.
Book an overnight stay and enjoy a discounted room and delicious breakfast at Eureka Bites.
Parking is free and located down 1st Avenue and on Main Street.
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