Join a team of fellow amateur sleuths to match wits with the ancient undead and solve this interactive virtual (Zoom) whodunit.
About the Event
Just in time for Halloween, Shelburne Museum’s Grand Isle rail car comes to life—and death—in “The Scarab’s Curse”, a spine-tingling mystery created by Museum friend Alex Nalbach and a wildly creative cast and crew.
It is October 1912. Terror stalks a private train when the impresario of a traveling Egyptian exhibition is found stabbed through the heart with a golden dagger—apparently by a 3,000-year-old mummy!
Join a team of fellow amateur sleuths to match wits with the ancient undead and solve this interactive virtual (Zoom) whodunit. Explore the elegant rail car compartments, piece together the mysterious clues, grill the devious suspects, and unravel the case of the stalking mummy!
All proceeds from this unique online event will support the stewardship and preservation of the Museum’s 39 buildings, including the rail car Grand Isle.