Murders, Mysteries, Rituals and Spirits at Historic Hotels of the Rockies

Bewitching celebrations and murder mysteries at Historic Hotels of the Rockies.

Glenwood Springs, CO, September 20, 2008 --( Murders, Mysteries, Rituals and Spirits

Historic Hotels of the Rockies most bewitching happenings:

Halloween Masquerade Ball
Grand Union Hotel - Fort Benton, MT
October 31, 2008

Grand finale of their 125th anniversary. Prizes for the best mask and costume. Identities revealed at midnight.

Packages start at $190.,, 888-838-1882 or 406-622-1882

Murder Mystery Dinners
Nagle Warren Mansion Bed & Breakfast - Cheyenne, WY

The Chicago Caper on October 4, 2008

An Affair To Dismember on November 1, 2008

Archeologically Speaking on December 31, 2008

These hilarious murder mystery games provide all of the clues and everyone at the table is a suspect. Guests are assigned a character prior to arrival and arrive dressed in costume. Once the hors d'oeuvres are served, the plot thickens throughout the four dinner courses in the elegant dining room. The mystery is solved over dessert.

Package includes the mystery, a sumptuous dinner, one night lodging, full breakfast, and an extended checkout time. $59 per person for dinner only; $218 per couple for dinner and accommodations.,, 800-811-2610 or 307-637-3333

Halloween Murder Mystery Weekend
Izaac Walton - Essex, MT
October 31 - November 2, 2008

Each person is a participant with their own tailor-made murder mystery script. This weekend includes two nights lodging, cocktail party on Friday night, breakfast Saturday morning with time off to enjoy the area, dinner Saturday evening, and Sunday breakfast concludes this murderous “whodunit” weekend.

Prices start at $475 per couple.,, 406-888-5700

Tom Horn Murder Mystery
Historic Plains Hotel - Cheyenne, WY
October 31, 2008

In 1901, an epidemic of cattle rustling brought a notorious stock detective named Tom Horn on the scene to eliminate the bovine bandits in unscrupulous ways. But something went awry. This reenactment of the suspicious murder of 14-year old Willie Nickel is performed by the High Plains Players, a cast of a dozen shady characters. After hearing several accounts, audience participants will have a night to sleep on it and deliver their verdict the next morning.

Package includes Murder Mystery Show, dinner, a “bag of loot” with one free clue, one overnight stay at the Plains Hotel, breakfast and finale for $249 per couple. For dinner, show and breakfast only, the cost is $89.,, 866-275-2467 or 307-638-3311

About Historic Hotels of the Rockies:
An eclectic collection of 19 vintage properties, the Historic Hotels of the Rockies resurrects the glory days of the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. For information about the organization and each member hotel, go to

Historic Hotels of the Rockies
Vicky Nash