Halloween Crime Scene Investigation
You and your partner engage in an exhilarating role play scenario where you both pretend to be detectives solving a murder mystery in a haunted house. This scenario tests your creativity and problem-solving skills, adding a thrilling and spicy touch to your love life.Add to favorites
- Your crime scene is your home. One partner, the 'dead' person, sets up a scene of a gruesome 'murder', complete with ketchup as 'blood' and a fake gun as the 'murder weapon'. The 'detective' partner arrives on the scene, startled to find their beloved seemingly lying in a pool of 'blood'. They rush over, checking for signs of life, relieved when they realize it's all an act. From here on, the detective needs to solve the murder mystery, following the clues left around the house by the 'victim' before meeting them in the bedroom to celebrate solving the case.
- Start the game by setting up a crime scene. The 'victim' can use household items to create the illusion of a violent 'murder', like knocked over lamps or 'bloodied' clothing. Then the 'detective' arrives, doing their best to act surprised and concerned before slipping into the role of experienced investigator. They need to examine the 'body', looking for clues about what could've happened. This includes touching and undressing the 'body' as needed.
- After the initial shock wears off, the detective should start the investigation. They need to look around the house, solving the 'mystery' of the murder. The victim, meanwhile, is tidying up and preparing the bedroom so it's ready for a success celebration.
- The most vital preparation for this scenario is setting the ambiance. It will be a DIY crime scene, you can use small, household items for props, and don't forget to add a touch of Halloween. The partner who is playing the 'victim' should think about what kind of 'murder' they want to stage and prepare accordingly. They can leave a 'clue trail' for their partner to discover and follow, possibly leading to different rooms in the house.
- The 'detective' doesn't need any preparation for their role except being ready to play along with the scenario. If you want to add a bit more spice, you can add a handcuff and a blindfold to the victims 'body', the 'detective' will then free them, adding another level of sensuality.
- Neither role requires any specific outfits, though the 'detective' might appreciate wearing a long coat and a hat, reminiscent of old TV detectives. Consider adding spooky Halloween decorations to the house for a thrilling touch. Lighting candles in the rooms can create a more eerie and mysterious ambiance.
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- Make sure to clean up any fake blood immediately after your game, so you don't stain your furniture or flooring. If using food coloring for blood, remember it can stain certain clothes and surfaces.
- Take the role-playing seriously for the scenario to be effective. Avoid cracking jokes or breaking character as much as possible. The more into it you are, the more exciting the reward at the end.
- Remember that the ultimate goal is to have fun and get intimate. Don't lose track of the real purpose of the game in favor of solving the 'mystery'. The scenario should be leading you both to the bedroom.