LOGAN – An eccentric spinster aunt has called together members of her family to inform them that her young nephew was discovered dead, hanging from the balcony railing that morning. A note was pinned to his body warning the family to leave the manor at once. Apparently, the ghost of Windsor Manor has returned to wreak havoc on the family.
That’s the premise of “Ghost of Windsor Manor,” a dinner theater to be performed Oct. 9 at Chief Logan Lodge by Murder and Merriment, an interactive murder mystery troupe.
“Murder mystery dinner theaters are known for starting out with the obvious and then the audience must follow the clues and twists to discover ‘who-dun-it’,” said Valerie Williams, assistant general manager at Chief Logan Lodge. “It promises to be an evening of suspense and surprise.”
The story will unfold during the 6:30 p.m. dinner party at Chief Logan Lodge. Tickets are $35 per person for the theater and dinner party. Overnight packages for two is $130 include dinner, show/party and overnight accommodations in a king or queen room, gratuities and taxes. King Balconies and suite packages available.
Chief Logan Lodge is located one mile off US 119 at exit 30.5 between Chapmanville and Logan. For reservations, call Chief Logan Lodge at 304-855-6100.