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Mystery on Morton Hill: A Morton House Whodunit

It’s the Roaring 20’s and the hot spot to be in Benton Harbor is the ritzy speakeasy at the Morton home. The gin joint is supplied its giggle juice by Micky Scapone and his gang. But now Mickey has been murdered and the cops are searching for his killer. Was it his long time moll, Bonnie Enclyde? Perhaps it was his trusted accountant, Robin Folks? Maybe the speakeasys bartender, Harvey Wallbanger had it out for Mickey? There is a long list of folks wanting to knock Mickey off, and they all have a good reason to do it!

So, all you amateur gumshoes, drift over to Morton hill and put the screws on the suspects yourself. See if you can get them to sing and tell who put Scapone in his Chicago overcoat! And while you’re here, check out the Tommy Guns used in the Valentine’s Day Massacre.

Tickets are $10 when reserved in advance; $15 at the door (cash or check only please!)

Saturday March 16 6-9 PM
Sunday March 17 2-5 PM

Reservations are recommended; space is limited. Tours begin every 15 minutes.

Tickets can be reserved by emailing mhmdocents@yahoo.com or calling 269 876 7692 or 269 325 5828.

All funds raised go towards our Upton Foundation Matching Grant of $15,000 to paint the exterior of the Morton House and make some repairs to the building.

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