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Updated on March 24, 2015

Clue a brief History

Clue was originally published in Leeds, England in 1949. Anthony E. Pratt, a solicitor's clerk from Birmingham, England came up with the game. He had called it Murder and created it as a game one could play to help pass the time while in hiding during the air raids in World War II. Currently Hasbro releases Clue now. Several games, books, and a movie have been released, based on the board game.

What is the point of Clue?

To figure out who the killer is by visiting several rooms and deduce who did it, with what weapon, and where. Mr. Boddy needs your help to bring his killer to justice.

Ms. Vivienne Scarlet
Ms. Vivienne Scarlet

Ms. Vivienne Scarlet

(born July 16, 1928) is a vivacious and aspiring actress whose passion for fame, fortune, and especially men will let no one stand in her way. The glamorous daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock and beautiful girlfriend of Col. Michael Mustard, she resides at Arlington Grange with her mother and Mrs. Blanche White. Ms. Scarlet is very famous and the press in Hollywood often question her about her disastrous love life. She was the former fiancée of Mr. John Boddy, who was mysteriously murdered.

Biography

Vivienne Sakura Scarlet was born on July 16, 1928 in Cambridge, England to Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock and the late Dr. James Scarlet during her parents' visit to England. Unfortunately, her father was mysteriously murdered when he was pushed down the grand staircase at Arlington Grange. She was doted on by her mother and went to a boarding school in Arlington until she was 17 years old.

At the age of 18, Ms. Scarlet came to study acting at the Boston University College of Fine Arts. In 1950, Vivienne Scarlet earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. After graduating from the Boston University College of Fine Arts, Scarlet came to work at the West End Theater, performing, as an understudy, in She Stoops to Commiserate. Scarlet was later fired from the West End Theater and went on to work on Broadway starring in The Importance of Being Frank. Later into her acting career, she went on to star in the major film, Ben Hur, in Hollywood, and received critically negative reviews.

As a result of her unsuccessful acting in Ben Hur, Vivienne went on to other ways of finding profit. Scarlet traveled to Macao and began a relationship with Col. Michael Mustardwho recognized her from her role in Ben Hur. Here, the two collaborated as foreign spies for Macao in the Society of Fortune Hunters Quarterly against the United States government. As a spy, she was known under the aliases of the “Crimson Lady”, the “Mercenary of Macao”, and “Sakura Ming”. She also began a relationship with Sir Humphrey Ponsonby-Smythe who directed Ben Hur; the man later died and Scarlet inherited his wealth. She also began relationships with wealthy older men to inherit their money. The tabloids began covering her disastrous love life, specifically with Col. Michael Mustard.

During this time, her mother, Mrs. Peacock, invited her to stay in Boston where she met Sir Hugh Black and his nephew, Mr. John Boddy, who was studying for a doctorate in anthropology at the time. John Boddy and Vivienne Scarlet eventually fell in love, even though she was already dating Mike Mustard. In 1954, John Boddy proposed to her, angering her boyfriend. However, Boddy called off the engagement when he heard his best friend, Mike Mustard, was already in a relationship with her.

John Boddy invited Vivienne Scarlet to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Ms. Scarlet’s numerous affairs with Col. Mustard and her charges for espionage as she was working for Macao. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. Eventually, her mother ran for election as the Massachusetts Senate and won. During this time, many guests have come to Arlington to visit the Senator and other citizens of the town, but have met their fates as a result.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Ms. Vivienne Scarlet and her boyfriend Col. Michael Mustard were arrested by Inspector Pry for espionage and murder.

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Col. Michael Mustard
Col. Michael Mustard

Colonel Michael Mustard

(born June 29, 1924) is a gallant military hero whose glittering career hides a tarnished past. He learns from the strong and deals quickly with the weak. He believes that casualties are inevitable in war and is usually the sole survivor in battle. The colonel enjoys an adventure and must always succeed in battle, no matter what, even if it means betraying his allies to defeat the enemy. He became the boyfriend of the glamorous actress Ms. Vivienne Scarlet. He was an old friend of Mr. John Boddy from college, who was mysteriously murdered.

Biography

Michael Mustard was born on June 29, 1924 in Lahore, India to Captain Algernon Mustard and Mrs. Martha Mustard during the British rule of India. His father was a captain in the British Army and was stationed in Lahore at the time. During his early childhood, his family moved to Germany and he stayed there until he reached the age of 8 when his family moved to Arlington, Massachusetts. His father sent him to military school, hoping that he would achieve better goals in the military and follow his dream of serving. In military school, Michael met his best friend John Boddy.

At the age of 18, in 1942, Mustard began serving in the United States Army in World War II. Col. Mustard was originally placed with the Bengal Lancers and was promoted to colonel after only one year of military experience. After this, Col. Michael Mustard was put in charge of the Hampshire Regiment, nicknamed the “Fighting Tigers” for their military excellence. Mustard led the Hampshire Regiment in World War II mainly in Africa and the Middle East. Many soldiers honored Mustard as a gallant military hero, and a marksman with both an elephant gun and small caliber pistol. Col. Mustard earned numerous military rewards and medals, but they were not achieved by heroism; many of his soldiers suffered death in his ambush in Sudan during World War II.

At the age of 21, in 1945, World War II ended, Michael Mustard came to continue his studies in anthropology and law at Harvard University. Mustard was reunited with his old friend John Boddy once again. Mustard later graduated in 1949 with a Bachelor of Arts in Law and a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Anthropology. After graduating from Harvard University, Michael Mustard went on to work for the United States Department of Defense at the Pentagon.

During his time working for the DOD, Mustard also traveled to Macao, where he began a relationship with Ms. Vivienne Scarlet, who he recognized from her role in Ben Hur. Here, the two collaborated as foreign spies for Macao in the Society of Fortune Hunters Quarterly against the United States government. The tabloids began covering Ms. Scarlet’s disastrous love life with wealthy men, specifically with Col. Michael Mustard. Later, Scarlet developed a relationship with his best friend John Boddy, even though she was already dating him. In 1954, John Boddy proposed to her, angering Mustard. However, Boddy called off the engagement when he heard his best friend, Mike Mustard, was already in a relationship with her.

John Boddy invited Michael Mustard to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Col. Mustard’s numerous affairs with Ms. Scarlet and his charges for espionage as he was working for Macao. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. Col. Mustard became a close friend of Ms. Scarlet’s family, Rev. Jonathan Green, Prof. Peter Plum, and Mrs. Blanche White.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Col. Michael Mustard and his girlfriend Ms. Vivienne Scarlet were arrested by Inspector Pry for espionage and murder.

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Mrs. Blanche White
Mrs. Blanche White

Mrs. Blanche White

(born November 1, 1891) is the loyal housekeeper and a devoted confidant. She hides a secret indulgence. She currently lives with her employer, Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock, who is also her close friend. She knows all the news throughout Arlington, MA, some she shouldn't be aware of. She cared for Mr. John Boddy, her former employer, who was mysteriously murdered.

Biography

Blanche White (née Chaulkley) was born on November 1, 1891 in Harrogate, England to Wilmer and Diana Chaulkley, a famous Scottish opera singer. Throughout her childhood, Chaulkley lived in Edinburgh, Scotland. At the age of 16, she was orphaned and traveled to live in the United States. She attended a high school in Boston, where she met and befriendedMargaret Black.

Blanche Chaulkley needed to work to sustain herself, so she came to work for a wealthy woman in Boston during her last two years of high school until she was 23 years old in 1914. Chaulkley was angered by her mistress because of her extremely low pay and forced her boss to give her money to keep her mouth shut about secrets she had learned. Chaulkley’s boss refused, so Chaulkley burned her farm. Later in 1914, Blanche Chaulkley moved to Arlington and worked as Judge Forrest’s housekeeper. Chaulkley also threatened to expose Judge Forrest’s secrets unless he gave her a higher pay. After extorting Forrest’s money, Chaulkley burned Forrest’s mansion. Blanche Chaulkley was eventually charged for arson and extortion, but was acquitted of all charges.

In 1924, Blanche Chaulkley went to work for Samuel and Margaret Boddy, her friend from high school. She was introduced to Margaret’s brother, Sir Hugh Black; the two instantly fell in love and she had an affair with him. Also, she met her husband, Winslow White, who was the Boddys’ chauffeur; she fell in love with White and married him 9 months after meeting him. Blanche White felt extremely guilty for her affair and her illegitimate son with Sir Black was sent to the local insane asylum. Winslow and Blanche White were unable to have children, so they adopted Jake Swithin after his mother died. Swithin left the Whites when he was 15 years old. Blanche had cared for her master’s son, Mr. John Boddy, ever since he was born and orphaned by his parents in 1929.

Winslow and Blanche White deeply cared for John Boddy, as if he were their own son. Eventually, Sir Hugh died in 1942, when Mr. Boddy headed off to college and earned a doctorate in anthropology. However, even though she loved Mr. Boddy like her own son, she was once again angered by her extremely low salary.

John Boddy invited Mrs. White and her husband to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. However, Mr. White was very sick at the time and could not attend. Mrs. White was involved in planning Mr. Boddy’s party with him. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Mrs. White’s crimes of arson and extortion. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. Mrs. Blanche White became Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock’s new housekeeper, whom she befriended when Elizabeth first came to the Boddy Estate. Here, she was much happier than with her previous jobs and lived with her husband. Unfortunately, Mrs. White was extremely sad when Winslow died at his birthday celebration eating a cake she had baked; Winslow White died from food poisoning.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Mrs. White was arrested by Inspector Pry for extortion, murder, and arson

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Rev. Jonathan Green
Rev. Jonathan Green

Rev. Jonathan Green

(born June 18, 1905), is questioned by many on whether he is a saint or sinner. Known for shady dealings on the stock market, he used this money to "help" the Church of England.

Biography

Jonathan Green was born on June 18, 1905 in Stanton St. Bernard, England to Thallo and Joanna Green. As a child, Green lost his mother and his father became the kingpin of a secret gang to extort money in the United States following her death. Green carried on the family business starting at age 12, when he began to preach his twisted version of the Gospel throughout Arlington.

At the age of 18, Green was enrolled at Praise and Glory Seminary in Arlington, but never graduated. He used his alter ego as a man of the cloth in order to teach his message: “Take from the rich, and give to the poor,” or rather, to give to himself. Green created an underworld mob and was able to steal money from various people in his life. He came across one of his most devoted victims of extortion, Samuel and Margaret Boddy. Rev. Green befriended Sir Hugh Black, Margaret's brother who secretly joined his mob.

In collaboration with Sir Hugh Black, the kingpin of the family business, Rev. Green, was able to extort money from wealthy patrons who did business with him. Rev. Green reached the apex of his mob’s success when he was able to make shady dealings on the stock market with various businesses throughout the United States.

During this time, Rev. Green was appointed as the pastor of St. Cecilia’s Vicarage in Arlington, Massachusetts. He met Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock, who donated to his “charities” that were “used” to help save the moles. However, Rev. Green used this money to live, as he was very short on cash at the moment. He also befriended Prof. Peter Plum, who helped in his extortion business. Prof. Plum’s research was funded by both Sir Hugh Black and Rev. Green. Prof. Plum’s chemistry research also contributed largely to Rev. Green’s financial success. Rev. Green also courted the older women of his parish, seducing them for financial gain. He was also known to gamble often, in hopes of sustaining his mob. Rev. Green’s crimes have caused many people to lose all that they own.

John Boddy invited Rev. Green to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Rev. Green’s crimes of extortion, which have caused many people to lose their possessions. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. The reverend continued serving the parish and became acquainted with Mrs. Blanche White and Col. Michael Mustard. Rev. Green worked arduously to fund his mob through various “charities”.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Rev. Green was arrested by Inspector Pry for extortion and murder.

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Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock
Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock

Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock

(born January 5, 1906) is the Lady of Arlington Grange and a beautiful society hostess. She constantly tries to live up to her reputation that she would rather forget. She is nicknamed "Ma Bluebird" because of the mysterious deaths of her husbands.

Biography

Elizabeth Peacock-Gobelin Scarlet Zaffer was born on January 5, 1906 in Chelsea, London, England to Patrick Peacock and Henrietta Peacock-Gobelin. Elizabeth was sent to the best boarding school in London, England until she turned 18 years old when she traveled to study in the United States of America.

Elizabeth attended the Boston University College of Fine Arts where she graduated from in 1928 earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. During her time studying in college, Peacock met her close friend Margaret Boddy who introduced her to Sir Hugh Black, Margaret’s brother. She also met another close friend, Blanche White, the Boddy Estate’s housekeeper and chef. Mrs. Peacock became involved in a love affair with Sir Black, but suffered a miscarriage. She separated from Sir Hugh; Sir Hugh introduced her to his coworker at the hospital, Dr. James Scarlet. Dr. James Scarlet and Elizabeth Peacock fell in love and married in 1927. Dr. Scarlet and Mrs. Peacock traveled to England to visit her family. In Cambridge, England, Peacock and Scarlet had their first daughter, Vivienne Scarlet. Peacock returned to her ancestral home, Arlington Grange located in Arlington, Massachusetts and lived with her new family. However, as Elizabeth struggled with finances, James prospered in the medical industry; she killed James Scarlet by pushing him down the grand staircase at Arlington Grange in 1929.

Elizabeth doted on Vivienne and sent her to an excellent boarding school in Massachusetts. Mrs. Peacock befriended the pastor of St. Cecilia’s Church, Rev. Green, who used her to fund his mob. Peacock decided that her daughter would need a new father figurehead in her life, so she married a wealthy tycoon named Ernest Zaffer, who was “an ugly old coot,” Rev. Green said. Zaffer and Peacock traveled to Italy and Zaffer met his demise by Elizabeth’s hand after she pushed him from the hotel balcony in 1935. During this time, Elizabeth began studying at Harvard University and earned a Master of Arts in Law in 1935. Peacock later married Senator Matthew Peacock for 10 years. After 10 years of a happy marriage, in 1945, Elizabeth Peacock hired an assassin to kill him in a "rogue motorboat accident," causing the rope to be cut, flinging Matthew Peacock into the air.

John Boddy invited Mrs. Peacock to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Mrs. Peacock’s crimes of mariticide. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. Eventually, Mrs. Peacock ran for election as the Massachusetts Senate and won. During this time, many guests have come to Arlington to visit the Senator and other citizens of the town, but have met their fates as a result. Mrs. Peacock also hired her close friend, Mrs. Blanche White, as the new housekeeper.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. She was nicknamed "Ma Bluebird" for killing all of her husbands. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Mrs. Peacock was arrested by Inspector Pry for multiple murder.

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Prof. Peter Plum
Prof. Peter Plum

Prof. Peter Plum

(born August 31, 1922) is a man with a degree of suspicion. Would his research methods stand the scrutiny of a microscope?

Biography

Peter Plum was born on August 31, 1922 in Dundee, Scotland to Edgar and Victoria Plum. Peter Plum was raised in Boston, Massachusetts while visiting Egypt annually during the summer because his parents were Egyptologists. Plum felt as if he lived in Egypt and developed a love for the country.

Professor Plum was outstanding in his childhood education and became even more successful in his college career. Professor Plum studied at Harvard University, earning a doctorate in Chemistry, and later studying at Oxford University and earning a doctorate in Archaeology. At Oxford University, Plum focused on Mid-Eastern Studies so that he could fulfill his dream of becoming an archaeologist in Egypt, like his parents. During this time, Plum began teaching archaeology at Harvard University and became the head of the Archaeology Department.

Later, Professor Plum collaborated with Rev. Green in an extortion scheme. Rev. Green and Sir Hugh Black funded Prof. Plum’s experiments. Prof. Plum continued his chemistry career in nuclear physics for the government’s research. Prof. Plum contributed greatly in developing nuclear weapons for the United States military. From his previous teaching career, Prof. Plum plagiarized a student’s work and submitted it as his own research for various newspaper companies. The government eventually discovered that he had plagiarized and fired him from his jobs and position in nuclear physics.

In 1949, Prof. Plum married Mr. Boddy’s sister. Plum was unable to test an experiment, so he forced his wife to test it, leading to her death. After this, Professor Plum signed a contract with a company and created a medicine that was not yet tested, but commercially sold, causing the deaths of thousands of people.

Prof. Plum left the study of chemistry and began to pursue his childhood dream of studying Egypt. Sir Hugh Black offered to fund Plum’s research excavations in Egypt. Prof. Peter Plum was later hired by the British Museum because of his fame in the archaeological world. Previously, during his teaching career, a student of his made a historical feat and Plum plagiarized the student’s essay and killed him. The British Museum eventually discovered that Plum plagiarized from a student and was fired from his job.

John Boddy invited Prof. Plum to his thirtieth birthday party at the Boddy Estate on June 5, 1954. The guests were all blackmailed by Mr. Boddy who threatened to exploit their secrets because they had all hurt him in a way. Boddy threatened to reveal Prof. Plum’s crimes of multiple murder and plagiarism, which would ruin his academic integrity. At 8:30 P.M., John Boddy was murdered and his corpse was found on the cellar stairs. All of the guests had the perfect motive, but whodunit?

After Boddy’s murder, the suspects returned to their homes in Arlington, Massachusetts. Prof. Plum began to conduct his own experiments in chemistry and continued studying in Egypt, despite his financial struggles.

A year after the murder, Mr. Boddy’s “sister”, Mme. Rhoda Rose, and his “lawyer”, M. Alphonse Brunette, called the original guests together to continue investigation for John Boddy’s murder. The two forged a false will in order to try to kill the suspects and inherit Mr. Boddy’s wealth and Sir Hugh Black’s wealth. After these events, the suspects, including those at the hearing of the will, all of the suspects tried to escape the United States after being placed on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted List; the investigation for finding these criminals was directed by Inspector Peter Pry. Eventually these suspects came together and traveled to Paris, Tangiers, and then to Rangoon; they all collaborated to find and kill Inspector Pry, who was tracking them. Prof. Plum was arrested by Inspector Pry for multiple murder.

Weapons of Clue

  • Candlestick
  • Axe
  • Pistol
  • Poison
  • Rope
  • Gloves
  • Horseshoe
  • Knife
  • Bat
  • Chalice
  • Dumbbell
  • Wrench
  • Revolver
  • Trophy
  • Garden Shears

Room

Here are the original rooms of Boddy Estate:

  • Kitchen
  • Ballroom
  • Conservatory
  • Billiard Room
  • Library
  • Study
  • Hall
  • Lounge
  • Dining Room
  • Cellar

New rooms:

  • Courtyard
  • Guest House
  • Observatory
  • Theatre
  • Drawing Room
  • Patio
  • Garage
  • Spa
  • Master Bedroom
  • Studio
  • Pool

Boardwalk:

  • Ferris Wheel
  • Arcade
  • Jet Ski Rental
  • Beach
  • Beach house
  • Surf Shop

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