Dr. Meddling, Welcome to Your Player Page!

The Supper Sleuths are simply honored to have such a prestigious, busy researcher like yourself taking  the time to visit our site. Anthropologists like you, who are knee-deep in new discoveries, may have trouble remembering complicated schedules, so set an alarm, write it down, or send yourself a message.  This party is one any scientist with an eye for the bizarre won’t want to miss.  As for the company, well, let’s just say they will be quite the interesting sample of human beings to study!

You will play the role of Dr. Meddling

Favorite Animal: “Ancient human fossils, since we are after all, animals.”

Favorite Vacation Destination: “The South Pacific tribal communities, naturally.”

Favorite Color: “Brown, like the beautiful skin of an Arobi Indian!”

Favorite Food:  “Maize, cooked over a fire .”

Favorite Song: “Indigenous tribal chants, they’re simply thrilling!”

Favorite Quote: “Never doubt that a small group of committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead. And you like to say, “That is true of me, myself, and I!”

As an anthropology professor at the local university on this South Pacific Island, you take enormous pride in your published work on your experience as a participant-observer of the Arobi Indians.  This work makes you think you are one of the few enlightened elite on this earth, to be revered alongside the famous anthropologists, Margaret Mead and Ruth Benedict– and you let everyone know it!  When others say “Arobi” make sure you often correct them with the “correct pronunciation” which will be with a rolled “r” or other variations you think of (just be consistent).  Another of your favorite phrases is “When I was living among the Arobi….”

Costume Suggestions

You should dress in very earthy tones, and with your hair down and not particularly styled.  Wear little or no makeup.  A pair of sandals or moccasins, a long flowing skirt, and any natural looking jewelry you have would be a great addition. Bring a pair of spectacles you take on and off throughout the night when you make different gestures.

One More Thing!

To thank you for the extra effort in visiting this page, here’s a special clue to get you one step closer to personal victory, and the prize of a lifetime! Clue: Don’t point fingers at a strange but well-meaning photographer. She may be eccentric, but once you get to know her, she’s not so bad.  Also, if you want an extra edge on figuring out whodunnit? 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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