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Katrina Phillips wants to do things a little differently. It isn’t about the murder or mayhem or even mullets. Phillips is used to hosting murder mystery parties but at the upcoming “Totally Rad '80s Prom Gone Bad” at H8ters on Dec. 22nd, all the participating characters won’t have scripts.

“I guess around here that is different,” she said. “It’ll be kind of like improv.”

The interactive murder mystery, which will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 22nd, will include 20 participating characters and an unlimited number of guests. Sign-ups for the event will end on Dec. 18th to allow Phillips and the folks at H8ters time to prepare.

Those participating will be given an envelope at the event which will include money, for bribes of course, and a list of objectives they must accomplish. All the participants will have a list of objectives and must try to accomplish them while the others are doing the same.

“Cool thing is it’s all going on at the same time,” Phillips said. “It’s like a game of Clue.”

This game, however, comes with a list of prizes. The team at H8ters will be giving out awards and prizes for participants and potentially guests if they can guess who “done it.” The awards will include best dressed, drama king and queen, Mr. and Mrs. Money Bags and the smoking gun.

Although everyone who attends will have the chance to guess who the killer is, Phillips said she’s only done one event so far where an audience member guessed the killer.

“It’s going to be a lot of fun,” she said.

The event will be themed in the 80s and the team at H8ters and Phillips encourage all that come to wear 80s gear. In the past, this has included about 50 people in total but again, Phillips said, the guest amount is unlimited.

Tickets for Totally Rad '80s Prom Gone Bad can be purchased in advance through Bear at H8ters via phone call at 910-835-5881.

The tickets are $30 per character and $40 for guests. There are some character tickets left currently for purchase. All tickets must be bought by Dec. 18th.

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