Browsing Pinterest recently, I found some fantastic and appropriate cakes to go with a Treasure Trails Murder Mystery party. Now this year’s bake off is over and the nights are drawing in, it is time to do a little cake making of our own!
These look like relatively easy ones
Definitely professionally created
And totally gruesome!
For lots more inspiration, have a look at the Pinterest Board created by one of our Treasure Trails Partners. What better way to entertain family and friends than sending them all out on a Murder Mystery Treasure Trail to return to tea and an appropriate cake!
If you have made a murder mystery cake, we would love to see a photo of it on Facebook.
Here at Treasure Trails, we love our murder mystery Trails and have had lots of comments from customers over the years who have played detective when solving them! Sherlock Holmes is probably one of Britain’s greatest fictional detectives and figures in many people’s early literary forays.
He is one of those guys that we all know and love – but do we really know him, his creator and of course his friend Dr Watson?
Just for fun we’ve put together just a few quickie questions to amuse you and will publish the answers next week on this blog. In the meantime, pop over to our facebook page and give our Sherlock picture a “like” so we know you do!
What was Sherlock Holmes originally going to be called?
What was Dr Watson’s original name?
What was the name of the first novel Sherlock appeared in?
How old was Conan Doyle when he wrote the novel Sherlock made his debut in?
Which bestseller which was also adapted for the stage and ran in the West End until recently, took its title from a Sherlock Holmes story? Hint, the show is re-opening at a different theatre in June 2014.
Where is Lake Conan Doyle?
In which year was the film ‘Sherlock Holmes Baffled’ made?
What is Sherlock’s relationship with the Royal Society of Chemistry?