Death Takes a Vacation

Death Takes a Vacation Read to You By John Rakestraw Monday Mystery Event Madness Father Yule Master Detective opened up his case files and reads a mystery to us… one that we can try and solve. All you have to do is follow along with all the clues, red harrings, suspects and motives to figure […]

The Misadventure of the Murdered War Ships!

LIVE MYSTERY EVENT The Misadventure of the Murdered War Ships! MYSTERY EVENT – you can still watch the full…the whole LIVE Facebook video and even try and solve the mystery. This is a cold case MYSTERY from the 1940s… during WWII. I was able to get the info through the Freedom of Information Act about […]

Murder Never Takes a Holiday

You are reading “Murder Never Takes a Holiday” by John Rakestraw My books are available at Amazon.com Sometimes you just like to write in the format that works best for you… scripts work great for me. I have just read J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them: The Original Screenplay and Harry Potter […]

Audio Theatre – Streaming Murder Returns

Audio Theatre, Streaming Murder The leading murder mystery audio shows on the internet, representing the classical whodunits, hard-boiled private eyes, cozies mysteries, cold-blooded killers, police detectives, amateur sleuths, and stories of pure suspense and horror, plus a little comedy thrown in for fun. Old-time radio drama with a new twist… it’s streamed on demand, your […]

Murder Mystery Events

Murder Mystery Oregon, Eugene / Sprinfield Area, Veneta, Salem, Corvallis, Albany, Lebanon, Coburg, Pleasant Hill, Jasper, Portland and Medford. YOU’RE BOOKING US FOR THE WHOLE ENTIRE 1 1/2+ HOURS FOR THE MYSTERY EVENT (90 minutes is the minimum time it takes to make a murder mystery event work)… the price will vary depending on how […]

Streaming Murder

Streaming Murder, Homicide, blackmail, greed, and betrayal all the things that make murder a possibility, find out what goes on behind the scene in the little community of Springfield. These murder mysteries are inspired by my love of the genre and old-time radio and that great 1970s show Ellery Queen with Jim Hutton. I think […]