Henry Potter is now an Auror at Hogwarts and a Defense Against Dark Arts teacher. But, as the new semester begins, a few of the other instructors begin vanishing and its up to Henry to solve the mystery and potential murder!
Henry Potter & The Vanishing murder mystery takes place at Shawnee Lodge in Portsmouth on Thursday, October 12, 2023!
Starting at $199: One overnight room in lodge, includes 2 tickets to Murder Mystery and 2 tickets to the dinner buffet.
Starting at $249: One overnight stay in a cabin, 2 tickets to Murder Mystery and 2 tickets to dinner buffet.
Dinner and show only, $60 person.
Purchase tickets by calling 740-858-6621, advance ticket sales only. Seating will be preassigned with no tickets sold at the door. Seating requests must be made at the time of reservation.
Shawnee State Forest and Shawnee State Park’s 63,000 acres make up part of the former hunting grounds of the Shawnee Indians. Much of the tribe’s trade was in silver which is fitting because “Shawnee” means “those who have silver.”
During the 1700s, the Shawnee Indians were gradually displaced as settlers built cabins and cleared the land in this new and fertile country. The face of the region changed dramatically in the years to come as a result. Today, Shawnee State Forest has regained much of its original beauty through effective timber practices by the state’s Division of Forestry.
The hills of Shawnee have also been dubbed “Ohio’s Little Smokies.” From the highest points in the forest, ridge after ridge appear to roll away toward the horizon in a gentle blue haze. The hardwood forest is host to a variety of flora and fauna, and wildflowers are abundant—including several rare types of orchids, such as the tiny whorled pogonia and the showy orchis. Forest wildlife includes white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, raccoons, and various songbirds.