Suspected Murder Weapons
Likely murder weapons were identified as follows:
|Name||Mrs. Patricia Peacock|
Mrs. Peacock is a socialite and a terrible gossip. Inviting her to your parties can be a mistake; not inviting her can be far worse. For all her faults, Mr. Boddy once courted Mrs. Peacock until the beautiful Miss Scarlet arrived.
|Name||Colonel Michael Mustard|
Colonel Mustard plays in the stereotypical 'great white hunter' and is the fiancée of Mrs. Peacock. Colonel Mustard also has the occasional fling with her step-daughter: Miss Scarlett. Colonel Mustard is a former SAS officer with an elusive past.
|Name||Reverend John Green|
A central character in the village, Green spends most of his time attending to community affairs and ensuring the peace and quiet of the village is not disrupted. A quiet man with strong beliefs and opinions, he is good friends with Mrs. White.
|Name||Professor Peter Plum|
Inventor, Archaeologist, Professor, Explorer. Plum is all of these and continues his quest for knowledge and innovation. In more recent times, Mr. Boddy has provided financial backing for some of the Professor's projects.
|Name||Miss Josephine Scarlet|
She is a a huge drama queen and always has to be the center of attention.
She is familiar to both the West End and Broadway stage, Miss Scarlet's career was heading ever upwards. However, her new play, in which she has her first starring role, has hit difficulties.
A bad review in a major newspaper following the opening night has damaged her and the play may have to close. Off stage, she is Mr. Boddy's current female companion and is a regular guest at the mansion.
|Name||Mrs. Blanche White|
Maid and Cook to the Boddy family at the mansion, Mrs. White has given her services for over 40 years. She is the backbone of the mansion and Mr. Boddy has always been kept in place by her strict work manner. Mrs. White and Mr. Green are good friends having known each other for many years.