There were police and press at the entrance and we thought it was a fantastically realistic event.
It was only then that the police told us there had been a real incident and two people were dead.
The hotel had left us a voicemail message which we hadn't picked up. They allowed us to stay the night though the murder mystery evening had been cancelled.
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