Rock Shock Horror!

On Saturday 12th October, Syston Twinning welcomed over 60 people to the Masonic Hall on Broad Street to try to solve the baffling case of the tragic murder of Mick Jaguar, lead singer of the famous ‘Strolling Bones’ rock group.
This was, of course, just the latest in a long line of highly popular social activities organised by Syston Twinning, but it proved a most enjoyable evening for everyone who took part. It wasn’t just the cast of suspects, who all went to great lengths to create the suspects, which made it a success. The catering for the evening, by Julie-Ann was again superb value for money, and the hospitality of the staff at the Masonic Hall was also very warm and welcoming.
However, by far the most important factor in the success of the evening was the involvement of the audience, who enthusiastically took on their roles of amateur sleuths by asking probing questions of the suspects, and making very intelligent and reasoned guesses at the identity of the guilty person.
Congratulations must be given to the four people who correctly worked out the clues and identified the murderer, but the winner of the prize, for not only identifying the murderer but also pointing out the motive and the opportunity, was Mrs Margaret Brown.
If you are interested in joining Syston Twinning, or would like more information about up-coming the social events, you can find details via the Internet by simply searching for Syston Twinning Association and following the links. Our next event is a Bon fire party and numbers are limited, so please telephone our Secretary on 01509 813 723.

STA Murder Mystery