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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences. Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater. Murder mystery theater
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Josh Daniels 2021-11-11
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Did A Member Of The Hogan’s Heroes Cast Commit Bob Crane’s Murder?The grisly murder of Bob Crane remains one of the most mysterious unsolved celebrity murders of all time.

The charming, all-American lead of the 1960s TV sitcom Hogan’s Heroes was found brutally slayed in his apartment 42 years ago, and despite multiple investigations, law enforcement authorities have never been able to identify his killer.What Was Hogan’s Heroes star Bob Crane’s Cause of Death?The horrifying nature of Bob Crane’s murder darkly contrasted the campy comedic role he played on Hogan’s Heroes for six seasons, as a wise cracking colonel who led a squad of World War II prisoners in outsmarting their inept German captors.There was nothing funny about Bob Crane’s cause of death.

He was found violently murdered in his Scottsdale apartment on June 29, 1978, when one of his costars came over to check up on him after he didn’t show up for an arranged meeting.She found Crane’s lifeless body sprawled out on the bed with an electrical cord tied around his neck and half of his face bashed in by a blunt object with such force, that blood was splattered from the walls to the ceiling.

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Michel Flower 2021-11-10

Planning a corporate event can take a ton of time, energy, but it is well worth the results.

There is a ton of detail that goes into planning corporate parties and events—just as the reason behind the corporate event can have many meanings.

Let's dive into some ideas that may be a great way to bring everyone together and have a good time.

Team Building With Escape Rooms If your corporate event is small enough, a team-building exercise with escape rooms can be beneficial for a variety of reasons.

Solving Puzzles With Murder Mystery Dinner Theater The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show offers creative events for companies.

These private events are perfect for team-building exercises and can also be a treat.

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Amit Chhabra 2021-11-09
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Nonetheless, around 18 million grown-up Americans have a liquor use issue (AUD).

This implies their drinking causes pain and damage.

It incorporates liquor addiction and liquor misuse.Liquor addiction, or liquor reliance, is an infection that causesDesiring - a solid need to drinkLoss of control - not having the option to quit drinking once you've begunPhysical reliance - withdrawal side effectsResistance - the need to drink more liquor to feel a similar impactWith liquor misuse, you are not physically needy, yet regardless you have a major issue.

For ladies, it is around at least four beverages in two hours.The Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in India says that a lot of liquor is perilous.

Drinking during pregnancy can hurt your infant.

The Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in India says that Liquor additionally builds the danger of death from vehicle crashes, wounds, murder, and suicide.Avoid, or at least reduce, your consumption of nicotine and any drinks containing caffeine and alcohol.

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liveintheater 2021-10-18
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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences.Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater.Virtual Theater events

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Team Filmio 2021-11-04
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And so goes a pivotal scene in Hitchcock’s film Kaleidoscope. In fact, if Hitchcock hadn’t funded the production of Psycho when the studio executives refused it a few years earlier, that quintessential horror classic may have been one of the best movie ideas not made. But shouldn’t a creator’s sole responsibility be creating, with no pressure to consider how funding will work out, let alone provide it themselves? The movies never made because of lack of self-funding make the answer a resounding yes. Rather, it’s always letting a centralized few choose what movies are made and hardly letting fans and creators call the shots at all. Although the frustrated screenwriter’s murder in The Player is an extreme and fictional act, its figurative similarity to what happens in the real world of Hollywood just hits too close to home for comfort.
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Michael Marcano 2017-09-05
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Jaquan Lugo stood stone-faced and somber inside a circular, wood-paneled courtroom on a Thursday afternoon in Paterson, New Jersey, as Superior Court Judge Donna Gallucio considered her options.

Just four days prior, the 22-year-old and two other men were arrested in Paterson, accused of six counts of attempted murder and various gun charges after a pre-dawn drive-by shooting left a 17-year-old girl with a life-threatening wound near her lung.

Lugo and two of the car’s other occupants, Kashief Davis, 24 and Andre Green, 20, allegedly got out of the car and tried to escape on foot, before they were caught and brought to Passaic County Jail.

The victim’s friends and family crowded into the courtroom benches to hear the decision on Lugo’s fate, but Judge Gallucio wasn’t there to determine his ultimate sentence.

Politicians on both sides of the aisle, from California senator Kamala Harris to Kentucky senator Rand Paul, argue that bail sets up a two-tiered justice system, in which the wealthy can buy their way to freedom, while the poor remain locked up until their day in court comes.

In 2016, the Department of Justice, under President Obama, also issued a Dear Colleague letter to state and local courts around the country, advising them that courts “must not employ bail or bond practices that cause indigent defendants to remain incarcerated solely because they cannot afford to pay for their release.”

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liveintheater 2021-10-06
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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences.Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater.Virtual Theater events

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Timothy Guardado 2016-11-15
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Having a set of guidelines can help you become more creative, but getting bogged down in following the minutiae of the rules can kill the story.

Playing with different people results in a wildly different game.

Storytelling games, on the other hand, are usually fun for everyone and when you play with different people, the game changes dramatically.

How You Can Use Storytelling Games To Improve Your Writing

Nothing s worse for writing than a blank page.

When you re playing cooperative games, everyone wants to help each other come up with the best story or strategy.

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John Salmi 2017-05-23
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p Monday night, a suicide bomber took the lives of at least 22 people—including an 8-year-old girl—at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.

Almost instantly, images and video of the devastating attack overtook Twitter timelines and Facebook News Feeds.

As natural and understandable a response to horrific events that might be, it also threatens to amplify the chaos that terrorists intend.

Terrorists have always sought attention, and the age of social media has enabled them to find it with unprecedented breadth.

The moment a bomb explodes anywhere in the world, the blast is heard around the internet.

“ Pray for Manchester,” a tweet Monday read, including a cell phone video of the moment the apparent suicide bomb went off, showing people terrified, running for their lives: 594 people had retweeted it at press time.

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Robert Russo 2021-03-04
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Attack of the Murder Hornets plays out like a spooky murder mystery. But the insects are scary enough; they don't need horror movie tropes.
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Jonathan Godbey 2016-10-31
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Because the human body is scientifically a big, wet meat sack, murder is typically an ugly, messy thing, ill-suited for coverage on a gif-heavy video blog.

Luckily, the good folks at Super Deluxe managed to correct this design flaw by making their own dirt man out of colored sand—and then hacking him into a million goddamn pieces.

The result of their experiment is a video that isn t just extremely watchable, but also alarmingly therapeutic.

You can check it out below, just make sure you don t get too into it.

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Loyd Davis 2018-02-05
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At midnight Eastern Time on Feb. 5, The Onion released all six episodes of its first-ever podcast, "A Very Fatal Murder," a true-crime parody.

There are anthology-style podcasts that discuss a different case or more every week, like "My Favorite Murder," "True Crime Garage" and "Sword and Scale."

And the topic has become so meta that podcasts such as "Crime Writers On" focus on reviewing other true-crime podcasts and related media.

The recent explosion of true-crime media felt like a natural topic for the comedic minds at The Onion, creators of such headlines as "Kitten thinks of nothing but murder all day" and "Drugs win drug war."

"A Very Fatal Murder" sends Onion Public Radio correspondent David Pascall (played by comedy writer David Sidorov) from New York to the small fictional town of Bluff Springs, Nebraska, to investigate the murder of popular teenager Hayley Price.

No spoilers, but let's just say Hayley's murder and Pascall's investigation are set off by many of the cliches of crime podcasting, from plunky piano theme music to a self-obsessed host to the purported "cultural relevance" of the case to use-our-podcast-code advertisements.

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Carlo Prine 2017-11-13
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A man allegedly murdered in an acid attack by his ex-girlfriend, had planned to move out of her flat just two weeks before, a court heard on Monday.

Mark van Dongen, 29, told another woman he had started seeing that Berlinah Wallace, 48, had hacked into his emails and he was moving into a hotel.

Wallace is accused of throwing sulfuric acid in van Dongen’s face causing such serious injuries he opted to die in a euthanasia clinic 15 months later.

South African-born Wallace denies charges of murder and throwing a corrosive fluid with the intention to burn, maim, disfigure, disable or commit GBH.

Prosecutors claim Wallace carried out the attack out of jealousy after her ex-lover began seeing another woman, Violet Farquharson.

She said she met van Dongen on a dating website around the end of July 2015 - less than two months before the attack.

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Richard Lee 2016-11-03

Because the human body is scientifically a big wet meat sack, murder is typically an ugly, messy thing, ill-suited for coverage on a site like this.

Luckily, the good folks at Super Deluxe managed to correct this design flaw by making their own dirt man out of coloured sand—and then hacking him into a million pieces.

The result of their experiment is a video that isn t just extremely watchable, but also alarmingly therapeutic.

You can check it out below, just make sure you don t get too into it.

collect
0
liveintheater 2021-11-22
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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences. Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater. Murder mystery theater
Michel Flower 2021-11-10

Planning a corporate event can take a ton of time, energy, but it is well worth the results.

There is a ton of detail that goes into planning corporate parties and events—just as the reason behind the corporate event can have many meanings.

Let's dive into some ideas that may be a great way to bring everyone together and have a good time.

Team Building With Escape Rooms If your corporate event is small enough, a team-building exercise with escape rooms can be beneficial for a variety of reasons.

Solving Puzzles With Murder Mystery Dinner Theater The Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show offers creative events for companies.

These private events are perfect for team-building exercises and can also be a treat.

liveintheater 2021-10-18
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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences.Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater.Virtual Theater events

Michael Marcano 2017-09-05
img

Jaquan Lugo stood stone-faced and somber inside a circular, wood-paneled courtroom on a Thursday afternoon in Paterson, New Jersey, as Superior Court Judge Donna Gallucio considered her options.

Just four days prior, the 22-year-old and two other men were arrested in Paterson, accused of six counts of attempted murder and various gun charges after a pre-dawn drive-by shooting left a 17-year-old girl with a life-threatening wound near her lung.

Lugo and two of the car’s other occupants, Kashief Davis, 24 and Andre Green, 20, allegedly got out of the car and tried to escape on foot, before they were caught and brought to Passaic County Jail.

The victim’s friends and family crowded into the courtroom benches to hear the decision on Lugo’s fate, but Judge Gallucio wasn’t there to determine his ultimate sentence.

Politicians on both sides of the aisle, from California senator Kamala Harris to Kentucky senator Rand Paul, argue that bail sets up a two-tiered justice system, in which the wealthy can buy their way to freedom, while the poor remain locked up until their day in court comes.

In 2016, the Department of Justice, under President Obama, also issued a Dear Colleague letter to state and local courts around the country, advising them that courts “must not employ bail or bond practices that cause indigent defendants to remain incarcerated solely because they cannot afford to pay for their release.”

Timothy Guardado 2016-11-15
img

Having a set of guidelines can help you become more creative, but getting bogged down in following the minutiae of the rules can kill the story.

Playing with different people results in a wildly different game.

Storytelling games, on the other hand, are usually fun for everyone and when you play with different people, the game changes dramatically.

How You Can Use Storytelling Games To Improve Your Writing

Nothing s worse for writing than a blank page.

When you re playing cooperative games, everyone wants to help each other come up with the best story or strategy.

Jonathan Godbey 2016-10-31
img

Because the human body is scientifically a big, wet meat sack, murder is typically an ugly, messy thing, ill-suited for coverage on a gif-heavy video blog.

Luckily, the good folks at Super Deluxe managed to correct this design flaw by making their own dirt man out of colored sand—and then hacking him into a million goddamn pieces.

The result of their experiment is a video that isn t just extremely watchable, but also alarmingly therapeutic.

You can check it out below, just make sure you don t get too into it.

Carlo Prine 2017-11-13
img

A man allegedly murdered in an acid attack by his ex-girlfriend, had planned to move out of her flat just two weeks before, a court heard on Monday.

Mark van Dongen, 29, told another woman he had started seeing that Berlinah Wallace, 48, had hacked into his emails and he was moving into a hotel.

Wallace is accused of throwing sulfuric acid in van Dongen’s face causing such serious injuries he opted to die in a euthanasia clinic 15 months later.

South African-born Wallace denies charges of murder and throwing a corrosive fluid with the intention to burn, maim, disfigure, disable or commit GBH.

Prosecutors claim Wallace carried out the attack out of jealousy after her ex-lover began seeing another woman, Violet Farquharson.

She said she met van Dongen on a dating website around the end of July 2015 - less than two months before the attack.

Josh Daniels 2021-11-11
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Did A Member Of The Hogan’s Heroes Cast Commit Bob Crane’s Murder?The grisly murder of Bob Crane remains one of the most mysterious unsolved celebrity murders of all time.

The charming, all-American lead of the 1960s TV sitcom Hogan’s Heroes was found brutally slayed in his apartment 42 years ago, and despite multiple investigations, law enforcement authorities have never been able to identify his killer.What Was Hogan’s Heroes star Bob Crane’s Cause of Death?The horrifying nature of Bob Crane’s murder darkly contrasted the campy comedic role he played on Hogan’s Heroes for six seasons, as a wise cracking colonel who led a squad of World War II prisoners in outsmarting their inept German captors.There was nothing funny about Bob Crane’s cause of death.

He was found violently murdered in his Scottsdale apartment on June 29, 1978, when one of his costars came over to check up on him after he didn’t show up for an arranged meeting.She found Crane’s lifeless body sprawled out on the bed with an electrical cord tied around his neck and half of his face bashed in by a blunt object with such force, that blood was splattered from the walls to the ceiling.

Amit Chhabra 2021-11-09
img

Nonetheless, around 18 million grown-up Americans have a liquor use issue (AUD).

This implies their drinking causes pain and damage.

It incorporates liquor addiction and liquor misuse.Liquor addiction, or liquor reliance, is an infection that causesDesiring - a solid need to drinkLoss of control - not having the option to quit drinking once you've begunPhysical reliance - withdrawal side effectsResistance - the need to drink more liquor to feel a similar impactWith liquor misuse, you are not physically needy, yet regardless you have a major issue.

For ladies, it is around at least four beverages in two hours.The Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in India says that a lot of liquor is perilous.

Drinking during pregnancy can hurt your infant.

The Alcohol Rehabilitation Center in India says that Liquor additionally builds the danger of death from vehicle crashes, wounds, murder, and suicide.Avoid, or at least reduce, your consumption of nicotine and any drinks containing caffeine and alcohol.

Team Filmio 2021-11-04
img
And so goes a pivotal scene in Hitchcock’s film Kaleidoscope. In fact, if Hitchcock hadn’t funded the production of Psycho when the studio executives refused it a few years earlier, that quintessential horror classic may have been one of the best movie ideas not made. But shouldn’t a creator’s sole responsibility be creating, with no pressure to consider how funding will work out, let alone provide it themselves? The movies never made because of lack of self-funding make the answer a resounding yes. Rather, it’s always letting a centralized few choose what movies are made and hardly letting fans and creators call the shots at all. Although the frustrated screenwriter’s murder in The Player is an extreme and fictional act, its figurative similarity to what happens in the real world of Hollywood just hits too close to home for comfort.
liveintheater 2021-10-06
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Live in Theater (LIT) is an award-winning experiential entertainment company that creates one-of-a-kind online immersive, interactive theatrical true-crime murder mystery experiences.Our work is a reinvention of the corny, pun-laden farces, typical of murder mystery theater.Virtual Theater events

John Salmi 2017-05-23
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p Monday night, a suicide bomber took the lives of at least 22 people—including an 8-year-old girl—at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England.

Almost instantly, images and video of the devastating attack overtook Twitter timelines and Facebook News Feeds.

As natural and understandable a response to horrific events that might be, it also threatens to amplify the chaos that terrorists intend.

Terrorists have always sought attention, and the age of social media has enabled them to find it with unprecedented breadth.

The moment a bomb explodes anywhere in the world, the blast is heard around the internet.

“ Pray for Manchester,” a tweet Monday read, including a cell phone video of the moment the apparent suicide bomb went off, showing people terrified, running for their lives: 594 people had retweeted it at press time.

Robert Russo 2021-03-04
img
Attack of the Murder Hornets plays out like a spooky murder mystery. But the insects are scary enough; they don't need horror movie tropes.
Loyd Davis 2018-02-05
img

At midnight Eastern Time on Feb. 5, The Onion released all six episodes of its first-ever podcast, "A Very Fatal Murder," a true-crime parody.

There are anthology-style podcasts that discuss a different case or more every week, like "My Favorite Murder," "True Crime Garage" and "Sword and Scale."

And the topic has become so meta that podcasts such as "Crime Writers On" focus on reviewing other true-crime podcasts and related media.

The recent explosion of true-crime media felt like a natural topic for the comedic minds at The Onion, creators of such headlines as "Kitten thinks of nothing but murder all day" and "Drugs win drug war."

"A Very Fatal Murder" sends Onion Public Radio correspondent David Pascall (played by comedy writer David Sidorov) from New York to the small fictional town of Bluff Springs, Nebraska, to investigate the murder of popular teenager Hayley Price.

No spoilers, but let's just say Hayley's murder and Pascall's investigation are set off by many of the cliches of crime podcasting, from plunky piano theme music to a self-obsessed host to the purported "cultural relevance" of the case to use-our-podcast-code advertisements.

Richard Lee 2016-11-03

Because the human body is scientifically a big wet meat sack, murder is typically an ugly, messy thing, ill-suited for coverage on a site like this.

Luckily, the good folks at Super Deluxe managed to correct this design flaw by making their own dirt man out of coloured sand—and then hacking him into a million pieces.

The result of their experiment is a video that isn t just extremely watchable, but also alarmingly therapeutic.

You can check it out below, just make sure you don t get too into it.