Crime scene Emmental
The real estate entrepreneur and brewery owner Beat Blumenstock was found dead in the Breitenboden forest in the middle of the Emmental. He seems to have died in a hunting accident caused by a foreign body. But there is no trace of the culprit. Not an easy case for inspector Bichsel. It soon turns out that there are 8 suspects. They are eight members of your team. They were previously assigned a role, which they now play throughout the evening. Until Commissioner Bichsel has interrogated them, they must maintain absolute silence towards the other participants.
Tension between aperitif and dessert
During the aperitif you will hear from Inspector Bichsel what is known about the murder case and get to know the main suspects. After the appetizer, all those present are invited to take part in the investigation. While some ask clever questions, others try to defend their alibi. During the main course you will learn more details about the case. Commissioner Bichsel urges haste. After dessert, all guests note down their suspicions.
Clarification and conclusion
After a brief pause for suspense, Inspector Bichsel resolves the murder case with logical argumentation and explains who has the entrepreneur on his conscience. All investigators and suspects are duly honoured. The commissioner says goodbye and you and your guests can enjoy a cosy end to the crime dinner.
Size of group
15 to 80 people
all year round
|excl. 7.7% VAT|
|Thriller without food||79.00||/pers.|
|Thriller with food||135.00||/pers.|
Included in the price
|-||Organisation and implementation|
|-||Notes on the case solution|
|-||Apéro or 3-course dinner|
|-||Award ceremony with prizes|
|-||outward and return journey|
|-||Menu of your choice (surcharge according to agreement)|
|-||Without aperitif (reduction of CHF 5.00/person)|
|-||Mineral, Alpine bitters and beaverli (surcharge CHF 15.00/pers.)|