Folly Plum, Welcome to Your Player Page!

The Supper Sleuths formally thank you for gracing us with your picturesque presence! The celebrity A-list at the upcoming party is going to make for one of the best nights Hollywood has ever seen! Make sure you look as smashing as always, since you never know when paparazzi (such as yourself) can spring into action! Of course, looking good is the last thing on your mind, what with you trying to catch celebrities with popcorn stuck in their teeth and all! Movie theater workers kind of have to be there but we get the feeling this is one shift you won’t want to trade. In fact, your very freedom may depend upon it!

You will play the role of Folly Plum

Full Name: “It’s Folly Plum. Truly, mate. Wasn’t mum hilarious?”
Favorite Animal: “I love the fox. She’s so posh and spry!”
Favorite Vacation Destination: “I love Hollywood, best sights around, especially of the local celebs! My chums from Mother England are green with envy.”
Favorite Color: “Green, as in cash money, baby!”
Favorite Food: “Freshly popped popcorn from the machine, here at the Camden Theater. Butter is best, and I bring my own spices from home, also!”
Favorite Song: “Anything by British native, Jake Spaulding. Saw him year ago on New Year’s Eve! He’s lost his long mane of hair now, but in his glory years he was a studmuffin.”
You are a head photographer at the British Gaze magazine, and tonight your gaze is on snagging pics of all of the hottest stars. Usually you have to share the limelight with others, but you have the whole group to yourself this time! Though you were not invited directly tonight, you had it on good authority that this movie screening would be too juicy to miss, so you finagled your way into the party pretending to be on staff at the movie theatre. As such, play off that way for the first half hour or so, and then spill the beans “accidentally” somehow that you are paparazzi. Prior to this, pretend you are snapping photos for dear mummy at home or simply because you are starstruck, and stuck to clean up after the party. Once you are found out, pick a fight with Paul Scales’ or anyone else who tries to insist upon you not releasing the photos. You have to work for a living, and these pictures will be worth their weight in gold!

Costume Suggestions

Wear something that looks appropriate for a movie theatre worker, such as a pair of slacks or plain skirt, and then a vest or cardigan over it. A name tag would be stupendous, but more important than any of this is to have a camera on. If it has to be a phone camera, that will do, but a nicer or larger camera will not only look better, but offer your group a chance for great memories to be captured. Once it is uncovered that you are a photographer, lose the vest, and continue snapping shots. If people want them back, let them know you will return their pictures for a fee. You plan on cashing in on Hollywood as long as you can!!

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One More Thing!

The Supper Sleuths want to give you a special clue to help figure out whodunnit as a token of appreciation for your special visit to our site! Here it is: In this game, a foreign leader may seem suspicious but like most royalty these days, they don’t have any real power. Don’t let their drama or lack thereof throw you off the track. Let the other evidence of the case guide you instead. 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 mystery dinner fun!

Be sure to visit 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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