Murder Mystery on Charleston Harbor – An Evening You’ll NEVER Forget

Murder Mystery on Charleston Harbor – An Evening You’ll NEVER Forget

murder mystery cruiseLooking for the greatest entertainment show in Charleston? Well you’re in luck! Charleston Harbor Tours is hosting suspenseful and comical murder mystery cruises aboard The Carolina Queen every Wednesday evening!

Here’s how the story goes:

It’s wartime, 1944.  Spies roam the alleyways and streets from Washington DC to London, across Europe and beyond.  So when Churchill and FDR need a safe location for a top-secret exchange, they turn to Charleston harbor where their private rendezvous takes place.

Passengers aboard The Carolina Queen Riverboat will notice a mysterious stranger as he climbs aboard the ship with a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist . . .

What’s in the case? Nobody’s talking, see. But it must be a treasure of immense worth, unspeakable beauty or awesome power, because everybody seems to want it:  The Sheik.  The Con Man.  The Dame. You! And someone wants it bad enough that they will . . . murder . . .

The cast of clueless comedy actors from The Black Fedora Theatre set sail with you aboard the beautiful Carolina Queen paddleboat for an evening of mystery and laughter as she cruises the historic and peaceful Charleston harbor.  But beware for there are eyes and ears on every deck! No guest is above suspicion, so after you purchase your ticket feel free to dress the part by donning your zoot suit and fedora, swing dress, 1940’s accessories or secret spy garb (from any era).

Then climb aboard for an evening of murder mystery entertainment and close-up views of the Holy City’s most famous and charming sights:

While aboard the Carolina Queen for our Murder Mystery Cruise, being entertained by some of Charleston’s finest actors, you’ll get close-up views of Fort Sumter, the USS Yorktown, St. Michael’s Episcopal Church, The Ravenel Bridge, and quite possibly even some glimpses of dolphins.

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