Just a few miles East of The Hamptons you will find the magnificent "Montauk Manor, situated on 12 acres overlooking Gardiner’s Bay & Block Island Sound it provides the perfect setting for unparalleled sunsets and relaxation.
But we're pretty sure that on this one weekend, it won't be quite the restful place it normally is because of a murder (or two, let's say three at the outside) will be committed in front of a roomful of witnesses!
The weekend of crime will follow one of Keith and Margo's Murder Mystery Weekend special plots starting Friday evening when you meet with your fellow sleuths, not all of whom are what they appear to be. Infiltrating the group are actors who will do their best to blend in, and sometimes, even work to incriminate you. The Friday reception is a good place and time to become familiar with the scheming, manipulative, deceitful and murderous people that you will be spending the next day and a half with. As opposed to the ones you meet every week back home.
The mystery begins on Friday evening and develops by the early afternoon on Saturday, but you'll still have some free time to take advantage of Montauk Manor's facilities before dinner. Dreadful events occur, and you may stumble over a dead body or two. In the best tradition of television and the movies, the chances are good that a kindly, perhaps somewhat dishevelled, local detective with a possibly warped sense of humor, will become involved to clarify the situation, guiding and cajoling you into thinking about the means, methods and motives of murder!
By dinner on Saturday night, you should have all the information you need to solve the murder but just when you think you've got it sussed, watch out for the final twist!
Sunday breakfast at Montauk Manor is when it all comes to an end! You'll be asked to write down your best hunch about who did what to whom, and why. (You already know how, because you'll have seen it with your own eyes.) While you enjoy breakfast with your fellow sleuths, (mercifully free of herrings, red or otherwise), our team will select the best submitted solution, along with some of the more outlandish suggestions for the prizegiving ceremony.
From $350.00/person (double occupancy) plus taxes & service charge.
To reserve this murder mystery weekend: 631-668-4400
The Murder Mystery Weekend Includes:
Two Nights Accommodations
Hors d'oeuvres at Friday Night Opening Reception with a cash bar
Breakfast & Lunch Saturday
Saturday Night Dinner & Passed Hors d' oeuvres Reception with Cash Bar
Sunday Brunch, and... A Murderous Good Time!
The Murder Mystery Weekend in Long Island, New York
Who hasn't dreamed of beating Columbo to the punch or who hasn't wanted to be Jessica Fletcher or Hercule Poirot for a couple of days? Well, now's your chance.
Montauk Manor offers you a unique and unforgettable experience that will put you smack dab in the middle of a homicide investigation.
Keith & Margo's Murder Mystery Weekends offer a chilling opportunity for people like you with a passion for cold blooded murder... slippery red herrings... diabolical clues... and ingenious detective work to be immersed in one of the most unusual, exhilarating, and spine tingling experiences ever! Come match wits with our detectives, make new friends and have a great time at this murder mystery weekend in
Long Island, New York!
The Murder Mystery Event Creators
Keith O’Leary and Margo Morrison, creators of Murder Mystery Weekend - Montauk Manor, are award winning writers, producers, and directors with extensive backgrounds in motion picture, television, and theatrical production. Since 1985 they have been responsible for over 7,000 live mystery productions worldwide and have been featured in the print and television media in 37 different countries.
Labeled as “The Masterminds of the genre” by the Los Angeles Times, their mystery weekends and events have been co-hosted by such luminaries as Mary Higgins Clark, Peter Falk, and Dr. Henry Lee, and have been featured on Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous as well as all major television networks. Now, they bring their handiwork to
Long Island, New York.
Situated on a hilltop where sweeping vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, Gardiner's Bay and Block Island Sound beckon, the Montauk Manor offers an extraordinary setting and an unparalleled experience.
The building is majestic, its grounds are breathtaking and the accommodations, amenities and services are to be savored.
Just east of the Hamptons, the Montauk Manor stands watch over 12 fabulous acres. It features 140 tastefully decorated condominium apartments ranging in size from studios to three bedrooms – many with terraces offering fabulous panoramas.
Mention of the magnificent outdoor and indoor pools, spa, state-of-the-art meeting facilities, wireless connectivity, tennis, squash, health club, and putting green only begin to catch glimpse of this great Grand Dame.
This is a place where history is preserved, all conveniences are readily available and memories are made and cherished.
Before you leave Long Island, New York, you'll know who did the dastardly deed, and will long remember the Murder Mystery Weekend - Montauk Manor.
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