Transatlantic Tragedy is a murder mystery for 8 players (4 female, 4 male characters) and is a relatively simple mystery, ideal for a players who haven't tried this kind of game before, as well as experienced players.
The action takes place aboard the luxury liner Olympia on a voyage from England to New York. A passenger fell overboard. Sadly he drowned before he recovered, but the remains of a package in his pocket tell you that he was a detective who had discovered a plan to destroy the Olympia. There is a bomb on-board that will detonate after dinner tonight. There is no way off, no way to call help. If you cannot discover who is the killer, and where he or she has hidden the bomb, you will all die. Enjoy your meal. It might be your last.
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Miss Lottie Lawson - young American heiress
Mrs Grace Lawson - Lottie's widowed mother
Lord Peter Callendar - young impoverished man about town and suitor for Lottie
[Ernest] Farthing - Malling's manservant
Caterena Vaslavia - Russian palmist, employed by the shipping company
Captain Abel Baker – American elderly ship’s captain
Jim Doyle – an Irish lad-about-town and gambling enthusiast
Doctor Petunia Campion - British academic historian and eccentric
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