Weekend Plans that are Giving New Yorkers Nightmares

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A city with a storied history like New York, around every corner, is a new thrill, chill, and mystery. Sure you could hit up your usual dive bar this weekend, but New Yorkers, in search of a peek behind the curtain of our city’s darker side, might choose one of the six plans we’ve laid out for you here.

Behind the thin veneer of normality in this crazy city beats a dark heart. Here are the plans that are giving New Yorkers nightmares this weekend:

NYAC Hosts: Exclusive Murder Mystery & Reception

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  • When – Friday, September 15
  • WhereThe Mount Vernon Hotel Museum – 421 East 61st Street, 10065
  • GET EXCLUSIVE TICKETS

Grab your magnifying glass and help find the culprit! An unidentified skeleton has been discovered, and it’s your job to find out all the w’s behind the bones: how, who, why and where. Loosely based on a historic newspaper account, the game will take you around the museum by candlelight and reveal clues until it concludes with a wine reception in the private garden… READ MORE

NYZ Apocalypse
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  • When – Saturday, September 16
  • Where – NYZ Apocalypse – 450 Commack Road, Deer Park
  • GET EXCLUSIVE TICKETS

Are you the next Daryl or Rick? Reload your laser guns, check your six, and face the undead at NYZ Apocalypse! Set in Deer Park, this immersive survival horror experience will transport you to a zombie-ridden prison system. Your mission? Hold on to your brain… READ MORE

Haunted Greenwich Village Tour
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  • When – Friday, September 15
  • Where – Southwest Corner of Washington Square Park – 37 Washington Square West, Manhattan, 10011
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Washington Square Park: popular tourist destination, hang-out for college students, burial ground of over 10,000 bodies… Hear the full gory story from a blood-curdling professor and tour guide as he leads you through the most gruesome Greenwich Village, introducing you to some of the most notorious haunts in New York. Drop in for a monstrous matinée at the Provincetown Playhouse, then hear some poetry from Poe himself, and maybe grab a drink with Aaron Burr… READ MORE

Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt
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  • When – Sunday, September 24
  • Where – Slattery’s Midtown Pub – 8 E 36th St #3, 10016
  • GET EXCLUSIVE TICKETS

Was it Colonel Mustard in the Village, Miss Scarlet in Dumbo, or Professor Plum in Midtown? Come test yourself physically and mentally with POGO Events in this three-hour scavenger hunt and obstacle course around the city. Bring out your Sherlock side because the winning team will receive a New York City gift package. Grab your magnifying glass and go… READ MORE

Murder Mystery: Fierce & Deadly 1988
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  • When – Saturday, September 30
  • Where – Arlene’s Grocery – 95 Stanton Street, 10002
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The year is 1988. Blood splattered sequins fall on the floor of the Drag Ball. It’s evident there’s been some foul play, but it’s up to you to find out who was behind the ghastly crime! Inspired by actual events, “Fierce & Deadly 1988” is at once a blend of drag ball memorial, murder mystery, and social analysis. Guests will play members of a marginalized community coming together to mourn and celebrate the life of one of their fallen sisters. Sometimes, the answers you are looking for are at the bottom of a bottle, so you’ll have an open bar at your disposal… READ MORE

Murder Mystery: The Lombardi Case 1975
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  • When – Saturday, September 16
  • WhereArlene’s Grocery – 95 Stanton Street, 10002
  • GET EXCLUSIVE TICKETS

A politico’s daughter is murdered in a drug-infested squat in Manhattan’s LES. The chief wants answers and time’s ticking. This is when you come in, armed with sharp observation skills and wits, to find the vile perpetrator! In this interactive live murder mystery game, you become a rookie cop and canvas the neighborhood in the atmosphere of a fun interactive outdoor NYC theater. Your task is to interrogate key players and gather clues to crack the case before the commissioner replaces the chief and shuts down the precinct… READ MORE

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