The Wrath of Osiris: A 1920's Mystery at the Museum


The Fernie Museum is proud to present a new and exciting exhibit: the sarcophagus and grave goods of Ha-Ma-Sa’it, Egyptian priestess of Osiris, recently excavated in the Egyptian desert! Despite rumours of a terrible curse, the Museum is holding a Grand Gala opening, hosting the wealthy and fabulous of the city for an evening of fun, frolic and philanthropy.

There is, however, one small snag: the party has just started and George Ozymandias Hubberston, well-known and well-hated financier and industrialist, has been found amongst the artifacts – viciously murdered! Was it a crime of passion? A calculated assassination? Or perhaps the ancient God of Death has claimed yet another victim?

Test your wits, interrogate witnesses, and take a stab at solving the crime!

Fernie’s most fashionable and fabulous are invited to an evening of intrigue and mystery with live suspects and costumed performers.
Tickets $60. Includes first cocktail, hors d’oeuvres, and entertainment. Cash bar available.

1920s/30s/40s style dress encouraged! TICKETS HERE.

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