Chester Finkowski, Welcome to Your Player Page!

Chester, the Supper Sleuths formally thank you for coming all of the way from Graceland (or more realistically, your local motel room) for a night of fun! First of all, the upcoming party at the Hickleberry County Fair is guaranteed to be a night to remember.  Make sure you look just smashing, since you’ll likely be croonin’ for quite the crowd this evening!  Better yet, make the host play Elvis songs so you can lip synche the night away without effort!  Of course, singing all night wouldn’t be hard at all for talented you!  By the way, below is your invitation, in case you need a reminder.  Impersonating  musicians like yourself presumably get so many invites, and you absolutely must let your agent know you are booked up that night!

You will play the role of Chester Finkowski

Full Name: “Unfortunately, it really is Chester Finkowski and not Elvis Presley.”

Favorite Animal: “What else?  A hound dog, cryin’ all the time.”

Favorite Vacation Destination: “Graceland, baby.  Planning to retire there with the King.”

Favorite Color: “Blue, as in My Blue Heaven.”

Favorite Food:  “Oh, eatin’ like Elvis is fun.  Fried Peanut butter, fried cheeseburgers, fries…”

Favorite Song: “I’m All Shook Up.”  Man, the chicks go crazy for that one. especially when I get my tassels swayin’.”

Chester, your character reveres the “king” of rock and roll to god-like status.  As an Elvis Presley impersonator who takes your job seriously, you are pretty much always in Elvis mode.  Because of this, your past is blurry even to locals who have known you for years. Whenever asked why you are so obsessed, you reply something to the effect of, “I’m just doing my part to carry on the spirit, legacy, and wonder of the greatest man who ever graced this land with his presence.”

 

Costume Suggestions

As you might expect, you should wear a flashy, polyester, rhinestone-studded suit with bellbottoms but anything showy will do the trick.  Fake sideburns and dark, huge sunglasses are a great touch, and chest hair would be an added bonus! Bring a harmonica or a microphone, something to wave around when you get excited.  Use a southern accent, and try to sound and act as much like Elvis Presley as you can.  Say “Thank you, thank you very much,” call all the girls, “Darlin,” and walk with a swagger. Request music by the “king” or bring your own.

Check out this site for more great resources on being an Elvis Impersonator  http://www.eimpersonators.com/

One More Thing!

Since you came all this way and even got your playin’ hand tired out by clicking on your page, here’s a clue to give you a head’s up on whodunnit? at the party: In this game, someone will be found to be a horse thief.  Don’t let this minor offense throw you off the track, though.  Let the other evidence of the case guide you instead. Also, if you want an extra edge on figuring out whodunnit? click here to visit our Sleuth School page for three quick tips guaranteed to make you a master of mystery in your night of murder mystery dinner fun!

Be sure to visit www.suppersleuths.com to learn about other Supper Sleuths Mystery Dinner Games, to read about other characters who will attend your game, and for more helpful resources like costume and recipe tips to help you prepare for the occasion!  Also, if you want an extra edge on figuring out whodunnit? click here to visit our Sleuth School page for three quick tips guaranteed to make you a master of mystery in your night of murder mystery dinner fun!

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