Welcome to Whodunit!?, a live action murder mystery contest based off the classic board game Clue, sponsored by Chattanooga Ghost Tours inc.! Find out who murdered Dr. Earl E. Grave! You are a detective called to Grave Manor, the ominous scene of the good doctor’s chilling death. Find clues in secret locations scattered throughout downtown Chattanooga to figure out Whodunit!?

Between April 5th and April 21st we will announce secret locations in downtown Chattanooga where you can find clues to solve a murder mystery. Win our grand prize by being the first to guess who the murderer is, where it took place, and what weapon was used. 




Grand Prize (First person to guess the winning combination of WHO/WHERE/WEAPON.)
The Grand Prize winner will receive a private ghost hunt for up to 9 people on our UTC/Cemetery hunt complete with paranormal investigation equipment including a Ghost Meter Pro for you to keep! The grand prize winner will also receive a one hour rental of the ENTIRE Chattanooga Brew Choo, 2 tickets to Gray Line's Chattanooga Hop On/Off Trolley Tour, and a copy of each of our books: The Corpsewood Manor Murders in North Georgia and Haunted Chattanooga!
First Runner Up (First person who registers as having found all rooms, or first person with the most registered rooms at the time the game is solved. [which ever is greater.] Can not be the same person as the Grand Prize winner.)
One runner up winner will receive 2 tickets to our award winning downtown Ghost Tour, a ticket to Quest2Escape, 2 tickets to the Chattanooga Ducks, and a copy of our book Corpsewood Manor Murders in North Georgia.



You are a detective called to Grave Manor, the grizzly site of Dr. Earl E. Grave’s grim demise. Dr. Grave was murdered by one of his six dinner guests. The suspects are Professor Prune, Colonel Mayo, Mr. Grass, Miss Flamingo, Lady Scarlett, and Betty.
The murder took place in one of nine rooms inside of his manor.The rooms are the hall, the billiard room, the dining room, the library, the conservatory, the kitchen, the study, the lounge, and the ballroom.
He was killed with one of six possible weapons: the rope, the knife, the lead pipe, the revolver, the candlestick, and the wrench.
It is your job to figure out who done it, in what room, and with what weapon.
Each week between April 5th and April 21st on our Facebook page we will announce room locations scattered throughout downtown Chattanooga. At each location there will be clues exonerating weapons, suspects, and room.
When you have solved the mystery, submit your entry on our website.