Are you ready for an evening of intrigue with friends?

Prohibition – A 1920’s Themed Mystery Experience takes place this Saturday Aug 10 from 8 – 10 p.m. at Skellington Manor (420 18th Street Rock Island).

You’ve been invited to one of the last open 1920s Speakeasy establishments owned by a local mobster. Rumor has it there is a snitch giving tips to the cops and the Boss wants your help identifying the dirty rat. Team up with others (groups of 6 recommended) to find clues and solve puzzles that will help you eliminate suspects, identify the snitch and keep the 420 Speakeasy open! 1920s attire encouraged!

This 2-hour interactive escape game experience includes complimentary appetizers and cash bar (with valid ID). Prohibition themed adult beverages available.  The 420 Club Speakeasy bar will remain open after the game for your drinking pleasure. All players must be 21+.

Tickets are just $40 and can be purchased online.

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