Was it the bootlegger with the stolen jewels or the chauffeur with the
INDIANAPOLIS—For one night only, the Indiana Historical Society (IHS)
invites guests to take part in Whodunit?, a life-sized Clue-inspired
murder mystery experience.
On Friday, Oct. 20, visitors will travel back in time as the Eugene and
Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center in downtown Indianapolis transforms
into a scene reminiscent of the Roaring Twenties.
Participants will comb the halls of the History Center to follow clues,
interview suspects and solve the who, what and where of this true crime
committed in Northwest Indiana in 1923.
The sleuthing will take place from 7 to 9:30 p.m., with prizes awarded
at the end of the evening. Participants are encouraged to sign up at
www.indianahistory.org. Online registration is $20 per person or $15 for
IHS members. Admission is $25 at the door.
A cash bar and light refreshments will be provided. Costumes are
encouraged but not required.
For more information about Whodunit? and other local programs, contact
IHS at (317) 232-1882 or visit www.indianahistory.org.
ABOUT THE INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Since 1830, the Indiana Historical Society has been Indiana’s
Storyteller™, connecting people to the past by collecting, preserving
and sharing the state’s history. A private, nonprofit membership
organization, IHS maintains the nation’s premier research library and
archives on the history of Indiana and the Old Northwest and presents a
unique set of visitor experiences called the _Indiana Experience_. IHS
also provides support and assistance to local museums and historical
groups; publishes books and periodicals; sponsors teacher workshops;
produces and hosts art exhibitions, museum theater and outside
performance groups; and provides youth, adult and family programs. IHS
is a Smithsonian Affiliate and a member of the International Coalition
of Sites of Conscience.