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Murder & Mayhem Mystery Tour-10/30/2013

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Murder & Mayhem Mystery Tour

 Wednesday, October 30th   4 P M to 9 PMGun

Starting at the McLeod County Historical Society & Museum

All year long the McLeod County Historical Society and Museum have been bringing you the true stories of Murder in McLeod County.  From Halloween tricksters to star crossed lovers, each of these murder cases happened right here in McLeod County.  Now you can have a front row seat to the places all of this mayhem occurred, with our Mystery and Mayhem Tour! If you and your family are looking for a little Halloween fun with a side of history, then this is the tour for you.  Sheriff Scott Rehmann will be our tour guide to terror as he highlights each of the Mystery tour locations and what he has uncovered in his research over the years.  The Museum has featured 18 different murders that occurred in our County between 1881 and 1959.  Of these 18 murders, only a few of the most notorious will be a part of our Halloween Murder tour.

Although many of these Murders occurred almost 100 years ago, the murderous motives could be ripped from the headlines today, with love, greed, and insanity playing key roles in each of the plots.  Many of the streets, buildings and roads, each of us travel everyday, were once the scene to Murder.  After taking the Murder and Mayhem Tour, you may never look at the history of McLeod County the same again.

Tour Ticket Includes:

Coach Bus Seat

Dinner at a Mystery Restaurant

Entry into our Murder and Mayhem Booklet Drawing

Goose bumps!


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