Last Crossing Murder Mystery
Last Crossing Murder Mystery

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David Gabert
david.gabert@uleth.ca
Drama
October 10, 2006

 
Tickets are now on sale for "The Last Crossing", happening October 28, 2006 at Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre in Lethbridge.

"The Last Crossing" is an interactive murder mystery based on Guy Vanderhaeghe's book "The Last Crossing", and on historical events.

3:30 ~ Doors Open
4:00 ~ Cocktails in Whoop-Up Saloon (Cash Bar) and Prelude
to Murder.
5:00 ~ Western Style Supper
6:00 ~ Help the U.S. Marshall Sove the Crime
7:00 ~ Dessert
7:30 ~ Resolution

Synopsis:
October 1870 ~ Fort Whoop-Up is preparing for another winter of trading, and while preparations are being made, the men at the Fort start to get on each others nerves. Men show up at the Fort at random looking for shelter from the harsh wilderness, such as this evening when a group of men guided by Jerry Potts arrives looking for a long lost brother. There is also a rumour floating around that speaks of an impending attack on the Blackfoot camps in the area by the Cree.

Tickets are $20 (The same price as dinner and a movie) and will cover both the show and a western dinner and dessert.

They are on sale at Fort Whoop-Up Interpretive Centre in Indian Battle Park in Lethbridge. The Fort is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 1-4 p.m.

Purchase Early as Seating is Extremely Limited!!!

For More Information call:
Fort Whoop-Up - (403)329-0444
David - (403)380-6576

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