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Updated: 11/06/2013 08:00:00AM

Another Ramon murder mystery is history

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PHOTOS BY K.M. THORNTON SR.
Cindy Rodriguez of A-C-T Environmental and Infrastructure in Bartow was one of the primary performers as the Ramon Theater hosted its annual Halloween murder mystery event recently. She was "Maime" owner of Maime's Saloon in Moose Jaw, the site of a "murder" that audience members were encouraged to solve, getting clues all through the evening while enjoying a dinner of pulled pork, garlic potatoes and peach cobbler a la mode.

Executive Director of the Frostproof Care Center, Ralph Waters, portrayed the role of Wally Wilson, Moose Jaw's Chief of Police, who was one of the prime suspects in "Murder She Rhymed" which was staged recently at the Ramon Theater as a fund-raiser for the entertainment facility.

Executive Director of the Frostproof Care Center, Ralph Waters, portrayed the role of Wally Wilson, Moose Jaw's Chief of Police, who was one of the prime suspects in "Murder She Rhymed" which was staged recently at the Ramon Theater as a fund-raiser for the entertainment facility.

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