Roaring 20s Murder Mystery at Gunslinger Gulch; For the Fear & Fun of It
Get ready for a "Gunslinger Gulch specialty" coming up April 21st through the 23rd! Originally the 1880s Ranch, this nostalgic ghost town on the west end of Anaconda is set to host a real "Who Dunnit" Murder Mystery Weekend for the fear and fun of it! Roaring 20s is the theme for this gaspingly good time, with a Pre-Murder Mingle on Friday night (April 21st) equipped with happy hour and a dance party under the stars. In addition, a Murder Mystery barbeque dinner will take place on Saturday night (April 22nd). A continental breakfast buffet will be served to all suspected murder mystery guests on Saturday and Sunday. (continued...)
Prior to Murder Mystery Weekend at Gunslinger Gulch, participants will receive details on 1920s character portrayals so that each guest will have time to choose the perfect costume for the event. "Killer" prizes will also be awarded! Gunslinger Gulch, the subject of the televised reality series Ghost Town Terror , has hosted several fun-filled theme parties and will even entertain guests this Saturday with an "Overnight Paranormal Investigation". They plan to enthrall even more guests later this Spring with their Cinco De Mayo Getaway May 5th, 6th & 7th. The event includes lodging, breakfast, a Friday night taco bar, a Saturday barbeque, plus complimentary tickets to the Old Montana Prison and Auto Museum in Deer Lodge. Then coming up on May 19th, 20th & 21st, the Gravestone Saloon at Gunslinger Gulch will host another Mystery Dinner. For more information and some fantastic images of Gunslinger Gulch, visit them on Facebook or their website -> HERE
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