Bring your notepad, your sleuthing hat, and your curiosity!
Without fail, every February someone commits a terrible crime in Langley and it’s up to YOU to figure out who-dun-it. It’s Mystery Weekend and the annual event celebrates its 33rd anniversary February 25 – 26, 2017.
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Purchase tickets and apparel online & pickup during Mystery Weekend 2017 via a Fast Pass line. CLICK HERE NOW!
Langley is again asking for all the help it can get to solve this latest in a 33-year string of late February murders in the quiet seaside village. You are invited to join other sleuths, interview live suspects, view the scene of the crime, read the sensational newspaper stories, gather clues, and try to identify the murderer.
Sleuths of all ages are invited to participate in the longest running Mystery Weekend in the United States. If you’re smart enough to figure out who committed this dastardly deed, you might even win yourself some prizes. Come play along Saturday, February 25. Purchase tickets from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m and Sunday, February 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Then make your way to Langley Middle School Auditorium for the big reveal at 5 p.m. Sunday.
Meet a good portion of the cast & suspects in Langley Mystery Weekend 2017. Who knows, you might find a clue as to who-dun-it! Click on the video link.
The cost to participate is just $10, and includes a chance to guess who-dun-it along with your chance to win great prizes. We offer a discount to youth, seniors, and military personnel. You can purchase online and pick up your tickets via our Fast Pass line or buy during Mystery Weekend. In either case, pick up tickets at the Langley Chamber of Commerce between 10 a.m and 5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday (your guess is due back to the Chamber by 4 p.m. on Sunday).
For Immediate Release
Big Mystery in Tiny Town
Residents of Langley on Whidbey Island are baffled by large muddy footprints appearing all over the tiny town since the first of the year. While some locals have reported sightings of “Big Foot” in the nearby woods, others are saying it is all a publicity stunt to promote the first International Science Fiction Arts & Technology convention scheduled for the last week of February.
Unfortunately, whether it is a Big Foot or a big hoax, the body found behind the local coffee shop is no joke and the police have called in retired Detective I. B. Fuzz to investigate this 33rd in a series of murders which have plagued Langley in recent decades.
Do you think you can solve this latest mystery?