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Haunted House Hunt
November 11, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
DENVER- Autumn brings many things to Highland’s notorious murder mystery dinner mansion; cooler weather, changing fall colors, and ghost stories! “This time of year we get a constant stream of folks wanting to hear the real ghost stories about the B&B.” reports director/actor Walt Keller. “So after working on the concept for years, we’ve wrapped those real ghost stories together into a Halloween hunt through never-before-seen areas of the mansion. You’ve never been to a night of entertainment like Haunted House Hunt before.”
Comedy mystery dinner theater has been a mainstay at the Lumber Baron for years. As with other shows, guests arrive at 6pm where 50-100 people could be cocktailing in the first floor parlors while outrageous actors are sprinkled amongst the party-goers. For the Haunted House Hunt, real ghost stories will kick off the evening, hosted by Nancy Ann Cianci, a character supposedly listing the mansion for sale because of it’s haunted reputation. The plot thickens as the groups ascends to the mansion’s third floor ballroom where guests are told a litany of details to an unsolved mystery is revealed. Bike Squad Officer Mark Skidd ultimately arrives to solve the crime with the guests and the clues they’ve discovered for themselves.
Dinner is served by house owner & chef Joel Bryant, who specializes in made-from-scratch, chef-prepared, seasonally-changed menus. For Haunted House Hunt a two-entree buffet will be offered. Dinner is included in the package price of $49.99 per person which also includes the entertainment, (plus tax, and gratuity). Cash bar is available.
Opening weekend for the show is Saturday night, October 8, 2016. Check the event calendar at www.lumberbaron.com for additional show dates. Admission is by advance reservation only at www.casinomurdermysteries.com or by calling 303-860-8687.HHHnewLogo