Why a Murder Mystery? and Why Long Point? Actually there have been two murder mysteries associated with this part of the Island.

​In 1872 Elizebeth Selfe disappeared from her home and her body was found washed up on the shore. Islanders firmly believed she was the victim of foul play.

In 1984 Thomas Hoyt Jones Jr., who lived at the tip of Long Point, was murdered. His assailant was found and convicted.

A Murder Mystery


Save the Date - August 18, 2018

Get your tickets NOW!

​While we are still working on the details, We CAN tell you is that it will be held on the grounds of one of those lovely houses on Long Point; it WILL be a murder mystery and you WILL be able to participate. If you choose to, you CAN come in costume (we suggest Millionaire Elegant) and if you do not want to come in costume, you can get masks  in the Museum Gift Shop. We WILL have entertainment, music, a sit-down dinner, a Silent Auction, 50/50 raffle, and some super surprises. ONLY 200 TICKETS WILL BE SOLD. The fun starts at 5:00 pm.

Tickets are just $75 each.

OR you can reserve a table for 4 or 8 in the Front Row for just a little more. Send a check made out to KIHA, P O Box 328, Kelleys Island OH 43438 OR

use this handy charge button.​

Murder Mystery Masquerade