The rolling hills of horse country are at the heart of this year's mystery dinner theater, titled "The Keeneland Puzzle," Saturday at Two Roads Cafe.
Presented by Danville/Boyle County/KSD Community Education and West T. Hill Community Theatre, "The Keeneland Puzzle" was written by H.F. Smith Jr. It has as its victim Emma, a widow in her early 40s, who is found dead early one morning by Dr. Sidney Stone. She is found in the stall of her horse, Go Man.
Her death seems to be the result of a blow to the head, as the forehead and cheekbone on the left side of her face are crushed. Her broken watch stopped at 8:03 p.m. the previous day.
Attendees will be given the above situation as well as an introduction to the eight characters who are the suspects in the death of the victim. The evening is hosted by Chuck Keiser, Evie Smith and Karen L. Logue, managing director for West T. Hill Community Theater. The hosts give out clues during the event.