Solve a murder in the immersive experience Hunt A Killer: Investigate Live

Hunt A Killer: Investigate Live transforms players into private detectives, immersing them in an immersive crime scene where their clue-deciphering skills will bring a criminal to justice…or let the perpetrator get away with murder.

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Murder mystery fans now have the chance to put their super-detective mind to work as they scour a realistic crime scene, delving into suspect testimony, observing forensic evidence, uncovering code and interpreting meticulously messages through their detective roles in one of two -designed settings.

Hunt a Killer: Investigate ‘Dark Vegas’ Live

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Detective rookies must solve the mystery behind the murder of an up-and-coming Vegas showgirl, found dead in the seedy apartment she rents by the week. Investigate downtown Sin City to find out who brought down the curtain on a promising young talent.

Hunt A Killer: Investigate “Gritty Diner” Live

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The beloved owner of Frank’s Oceanside Diner is dead. His seedy grease spoon establishment is the scene of the crime. Was it one of his regulars who murdered Frank in his own kitchen, or do each of them have a believable alibi?

The “Dark Vegas” and “Gritty Diner” experiences each begin at the police station, where teams of detectives are asked to help the lead investigator. Then it’s on to the crime scene, where teams can investigate at their own pace, reviewing official information when they return to duty. It takes sharp observation skills to solve the case. Fail, and the suspect avoids justice.

“We are thrilled to share this unique, live-in San Francisco experience with mystery fans, providing our detectives with intriguing new cases to solve in person,” said Keith Tralins, Chief Product Officer at Hunt A Killer. “We are always striving to deliver exciting immersive experiences for our customers and this event will take things to a whole new level.”

Potential detectives can play alone or in a group. Tickets start at $40 per person, and while the experience typically lasts an hour, it’s not timed and players can take as long as they want to solve the crime.

The experiments will begin on July 29, 2022 at the Stonestown Galleria in the San Francisco Bay Area in California. Each will be available for a limited time only.

An on-site retail store will carry items such as a Scholastic Young Adult novel titled “Perfect Score,” a mystery puzzle titled “Whodonut?”, and a box experience released this month titled “Dead on the Vine.”

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