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Hippie Homicide 1960s Murder Mystery Game

Author: Murder Mystery Games  Date: 09 May 2022

Free love and flower power. War, what is it good for? The 1960s was the flower power era and the birth of a freer society. Your guests will look amazing in their flowers, tie dye, bell bottoms and rock and roll gear.

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Hippie Murder Mystery Party
Hippie Murder Mystery Party
Hippie Murder Mystery Party
Hippie Murder Mystery Party



Hippie Homicide Murder Mystery Game
Hippie Homicide Murder Mystery Game
Title Price Qty Add To Cart
Download - Dinner Edition
Hippie Homicide 4 to 8 Players
$65.00
Download - Premium Edition
Hippie Homicide 2 to 15 Players
$86.00
Download - Premium Edition
Hippie Homicide 2 to 60 Players
$99.00
Download - Premium Edition
Hippie Homicide 2 to 120 Players
$115.00
Download - Virtual Edition
Hippie Homicide 2 to 15 Players
$86.00
Download - Virtual Edition
Hippie Homicide 2 to 60 Players
$99.00

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1) Order a murder mystery game for your group size.

2) Host the party yourself or hire a professional murder mystery host.

3) Have a murderous good time.




Setting: Set at the height of free love and flower power. The story is set at 1969s Woodstock, the concert of the century.

Story: Daisy Chain is a lost soul that believes that peace and love will solve all the world's ills. It seems however that this isn't enough because when she takes the brown acid she falls dead in the mud. The circumstances are definitely suspicious. Relive the joy of Woodstock and the amazing 1960s.

Adult Themes: Drug use and in particular LSD.

Costumes: Please dress as a hippie, astronaut, soldier, police officer, Rastafarian, politician, flower child, musician or any 1960s stereotype.

How Do Costumes and Characters Work? All the characters are non gendered so this theme suits an all girl party. To make the murder mystery game really to organise your guests don't need to dress as any particular character. Their costume doesn't affect the character they play in the murder mystery game. You allocate characters on the night of the murder mystery party. This way if guests are sick and can't make it or short notice friends want to come, there is no impact on how you run the game.

Normal Use: Fundraiser or adult party.

Group Size: 4 to 8, 2 to 15, 2 to 60, 60 to 120.

How do you want to go out? Drug overdose or murder? The choice is yours.

What is a Downloadable game?

    • Download - You receive the high quality materials electronically. You download and print the materials yourself and save money. Nothing is posted to you.

What is the difference between Dinner Edition and Premium Edition Games?

Premium Edition:

Premium Edition games are the ultimate in interactive fun. They are a full night of entertainment and require a host (friend or hired) to run them. Your guests work in teams to solve the crime and there is heaps of mingling and sleuthing fun. If you want an amazing night your friends will remember for ever, Murder In A Box Premium Edition games are the way to go.

  • Perfect for:
    • Any event that you want to be amazing
    • Staff, Christmas, work, birthday party
    • Super fun party
    • Conference
    • Fundraiser
    • Team building
    • Bachelorette night
  • What you get in a Premium Edition murder mystery game (depending on size):
    • Contents sheet
    • 15 to 120 electronic invitations to print or email before the event
    • The Presenter's Handbook
    • The Full Story
    • Extra games
    • Decoration suggestions sheet
    • 15 to 120+ character name badges
    • Evidence that is hidden and found
    • Planning a fantastic party guide book
    • 60 to 120 cryptic clues
    • The full story
    • 2 props to be used - Such as a secret letter
    • Special awards
    • Sleuthing materials
    • 8 to 18 sets of team directions
    • Welcome sign
    • Information about venue set up

Dinner Edition:

Dinner Edition games are best to play with 4 to 8 friends over dinner.

  • Perfect for:
    • Any low key event
    • Dinner party
    • Dinner at a restaurant
    • Backyard party
  • What you get in a Dinner Edition murder mystery game:
    • The Presenter's Handbook
    • 8 character name badges
    • A Suspect's Sheet for each player
    • 8 Round 1 Scripts
    • 8 Round 2 Scripts
    • 8 Round 3 Scripts
    • The full story
    • 2 props to be used - Such as a secret letter

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Swing it out with the 60s, a 1960s costume guide

When we think about the 60s what comes to mind would always be hippie outfits from tie-dyes to miniskirts, loose clothing, peace signs to all those bold colors, there were many fads and costumes that made up the 60s fashion since this is the era of emerging and diverse trends but what we don’t know is that there are also other outfits you can choose when planning for a 1960’s themed party. In this post we have compiled costume ideas that would help you choose your 1960’s look.

Think Audrey Hepburn

Being one of 1960s iconic fashion icon that’s to her romantic comedy film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” there is a lot to love about Audrey Hepburn’s style and it would be a costume that is easy to recreate. Her style is a true classic and the pieces you would need to recreate her look for your costume would be a body tight black dress that has no sleeves accompanied with matching pair of elbow length gloves and top it off with pearls as your necklace and of course you have to tie your hair up for this clean, feminine and Parisian look.

Rock It like a Hippie

During the late 60s the hippie looks are really in. Think about Bohemian style more of like Coachella vibes but more on the pop of bold colors rather than pastels. From tribal, psychedelic, zigzags, tie-dye, folk and other prints such as flowers, peace signs and eye-popping colors. For accessories a floppy hat or headband or a flower in your hair. Laces in your shoes, lace tops, big belts and many more. Oops! Don’t forget the peace sign!

60s Mods

Mods are the IN dresses of the 60s from high waist, low waist and no waist. Straight cut dresses with fabulous collars and sleeves or no sleeves this trend played a lot on geometric circles, paisley, color blocking, solid bold colors and bold prints. To recreate this costume, you would need a straight cut dress with a bold print or bold color, some vintage looking eyeglasses, Fashion earrings think dangling earrings but bigger and bolder colors, some bold cuff bangles, lace stockings and white or bold color shoes or sandals.

The Jackie O Style

Jackie Kennedy Onassis’s style was a total hit in the 1960s being the first lady of the United States many people wanted to copy her clothing choices. Minimal, Modern and totally Sophisticated that would be the words to describe her outfits. To recreate this you would need large sunnies, some gold statement jewelry, Long Sleeve button down shirt, high waisted slacks, Gold toned watch and some sandals. Another Jackie O look would be her timeless classics, you would then need a Bright colored suit or a mono toned ribbon trim jacket, pointed shoes with about ½ or ¼ inch heel, Pearl strand necklace and a classic crossbody bag.

The 1960s was a time of social, political and social change. The changes of the 1960s have been portrayed as revolutionary clearing away conventional mentalities to race, sex, legislative issues and religion.

Martin Luther King (1929 - 1968) non-vicious social equality pioneer. Helped to organize the 1963 March on Washington, where he gave his famous ‘I have a dream’ speech.

John F. Kennedy (1917 - 1963) US President. Chosen in 1960, Kennedy made strides towards supporting social equality changes and was available to a more liberal heading of America.

Gamal Abdel Nasser (1918 - 1970) Second President of Egypt. Nasser called for dish Arab solidarity and advanced freedom from provincial powers.

Indira Gandhi (1917 - 1984) Prime Minister of the Republic of India for three continuous terms from 1966 to 1977.

Margaret Sanger (1879-1966) - Sanger was a main trailblazer in offering contraception and medical care administrations to ladies.

John Lennon (1940 - 1980) Born in Liverpool, England, Lennon was a vital individual from the Beatles.

Joan Baez - Joan Baez was a vocalist lyricist who held a profound feeling in the worth of peacefulness and pacifism. Bob Dylan - American artist lyricist. He composed two songs “Blowin’ in the Wind” (1963) and “The Times They Are a-Changin” (1964) which became hymns of the Anti-war development.

Famous people from the 1960s that you can dress up as for your murder mystery party:

  1. Audrey Hepburn
  2. Julie Andrews
  3. Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
  4. Marilyn Monroe
  5. Martin Luther King Jr.
  6. Neil Armstrong
  7. John F. Kennedy
  8. The Beatles
  9. Bob Dylan
  10. Muhammad Ali
  11. Gamal Abdel Nasser
  12. Nikita Khrushchev 
  13. Indira Gandhi 
  14. Chairman Mao
  15. Charles de Gaullegaulle
  16. Willy Brandt
  17. Che Guevara 
  18. Fidel Castro
  19. Margaret Sanger
  20. Rachel Carson
  21. John Lennon
  22. Paul McCartney
  23. Joan Baez
  24. Jimi Hendrix
  25. Pablo Picasso 
  26. Alfred Hitchcock
  27. Malcolm X
  28. Vince Lombardi
  29. James Watson
  30. Brigitte Bardot
  31. Bernardine Dohrn
  32. Mario Savio 
  33. Curt Flood 
  34. Robert F. (Bobby) Kennedy
  35. Richard Milhous Nixon
  36. J Edgar Hoover
  37. Mao Tse Tung
  38. Nelson Mandela
  39. Petula Clark
  40. “Mama” Cass Elliot
  41. Michael Caine
  42. Lyndon B. Johnson
  43. Tiny Tim
  44. Pat Paulsen
  45. Janis Joplin
  46. Dick Cavett
  47. Jacqueline Kennedy
  48. Dusty Springfield
  49. Hugh Hefner
  50. Ike & Tina Turner
  51. Woody Allen
  52. Spiro T. Agnew
  53. Madalyn Murray O’Hair
  54. Barry Goldwater
  55. Dick Van Dyke
  56. Herb Alpert
  57. Phil Spector
  58. Sophia Loren
  59. Hubert Selby, Jr.
  60. Billy Graham
  61. Sargent Shriver
  62. Maximilian Schell
  63. Judy Garland
  64. Stanley Kubrick
  65. Elke Sommer
  66. Mickey Mantle
  67. Princess Margaret
  68. Abbie Hoffman
  69. Diana Vreeland
  70. Henry Mancini
  71. Elvis Presley
  72. Ann-Margret
  73. Dick Clark
  74. Michelangelo Antonioni
  75. Doris Day
  76. Charles Whitman
  77. Sam Giancana
  78. George C. Scott
  79. Jayne Mansfield
  80. Anton Szandor LaVey
  81. Red Skelton
  82. Hubert Humphrey
  83. Jim Morrison
  84. Edie Sedgwick
  85. Helen Gurley Brown
  86. Dick Gregory
  87. Richard Speck
  88. Franco Zeffirelli
  89. Lulu
  90. Soupy Sales
  91. Norman Mailer
  92. Lucille Ball
  93. Henry Fonda
  94. David Frost
  95. Leslie Uggams
  96. Sandy Dennis
  97. Jack Lemmon
  98. Omar Sharif
  99. Sidney Poitier
  100. Marianne Faithfull
  101. William F. Buckley
  102. The Monty Python troupe
  103. Andy Warhol
  104. Julie Christie
  105. Joe Meek
  106. Dustin Hoffman
  107. Teddy Kennedy
  108. Clint Eastwood
  109. Jack Nicholson
  110. Sandie Shaw
  111. Cliff Richard
  112. Eric Burdon
  113. Eric Clapton
  114. Andy Williams
  115. Frank Sinatra
  116. Sammy Davis, Jr.
  117. Dean Martin
  118. Jerry Lewis
  119. Bobby Seale
  120. Angela Davis
  121. Cesar Chavez
  122. Martin Luther King
  123. Bobby Kennedy
  124. John Wayne
  125. Glen Campbell
  126. Walter Matthau
  127. Bill Cosby
  128. Carol Burnett
  129. Dionne Warwick
  130. Burt Bacharach
  131. Barbra Streisand
  132. Sonny and Cher Bono
  133. The Smothers Brothers
  134. Mort Sahl
  135. Jack Paar
  136. Veruschka
  137. David Hemmings
  138. Vanessa Redgrave
  139. Leonard Bernstein
  140. The Lennon Sisters
  141. George Jones
  142. Johnny Cash
  143. Hayley Mills
  144. Patty Duke
  145. Tippi Hedren
  146. Peter, Paul and Mary
  147. Sam Peckinpah
  148. Sergio Leone
  149. Jean-Luc Godard
  150. Federico Fellini
  151. Claudia Cardinale
  152. Serge Gainsbourg
  153. Lenny Bruce
  154. Richard Milhaus Nixon
  155. Candice Bergen
  156. Simon & Garfunkel
  157. Sgt. Barry Sadler
  158. Yoko Ono
  159. Liv Ullman
  160. Donovan Leitch
  161. Betty Friedan
  162. Stephen Sondheim
  163. Walter Cronkite
  164. Lynn Redgrave
  165. Peter Sellers
  166. The Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
  167. Sharon Tate
  168. Roman Polanski
  169. Mia Farrow
  170. Spencer Tracy
  171. Neil Diamond
  172. Katharine Hepburn
  173. Peter O’Toole
  174. George Peppard
  175. Faye Dunaway
  176. David Bailey
  177. Jean Shrimpton
  178. Twiggy
  179. Henny Youngman
  180. George Carlin
  181. Lily Tomlin
  182. Zsa Zsa and Eva Gabor
  183. Brian Keith
  184. Aretha Franklin
  185. Otis Redding
  186. Ravi Shankar
  187. Mick Jagger
  188. Warren Beatty
  189. Shirley Maclaine
  190. Jane and Peter Fonda
  191. Jackie Gleason
  192. The Monkees
  193. Connie Stevens
  194. Marvin Gaye
  195. Berry Gordy
  196. Diana Ross
  197. Natalie Wood
  198. Ernest Borgnine
  199. Marlon Brando
  200. Anthony Newley
  201. Elizabeth Taylor
  202. Richard Burton
  203. Maggie Smith
  204. Charles Manson
  205. Timothy Leary
  206. Richard Alpert aka Baba Ram Dass
  207. Leonard Nimoy
  208. Shirley Bassey
  209. Tom Jones
  210. Sean Connery
  211. Ursula Andress
  212. Pol Pot
  213. Chiang Kai-Shek
  214. Lyndon Baines Johnson
  215. Grace Slick
  216. Stella Stevens
  217. Bobbie Gentry
  218. Tammy Wynette
  219. The Beach Boys

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