February 13th 2016,
We decided to try to implement a new date night for winter semester at the Monte L. Bean Life science museum. We have had several ideas for the last few years, but none have stuck. Our Clue date night during the fall semester has been very successful and we have done it for the last several years and intend to keep doing it.
This years theme was Tomb Raiders. 30 couples came to the museum to have a wonderful dinner provided by BYU catering. We had Sweedish meat balls with string beans and bread sticks along with mashed potatoes. Alfredo was also served for those who wished not to have meat balls. There was also chocolate and vanilla cake served for dessert. After dining was done all the couples were invited by a tall, moustached explorer to meet him downstairs in the auditorium.
There they met Cleopold Regiment the third, the explorer, Captain Reynolds, the captian of the ship that brought us to the tomb of the Count Monte L. Bean, and Madam Duvault, who funded our expedition. The objective for the night? To find the skull of the Count Monte L. Bean, guarded by his cursed servants the shadow guard! The couples would search the museum for six pieces of a map that lead to the crypt where the skull is found. They would have to test their skills in avoiding the shadow guard, their teamwork to the first mate of the captain as they worked together to weave through a room of lasers. This was to help them to avoid the shadow guard. Madam Duvault and her assistant had a safe with a piece of the map but lost the combination, it was spread throuhout the museum and once they found it the piece could be obtained.
Once the six pieces of the map were found, those who had the map followed Cleopold Regiment the 3rd into the crypt where the skull lied. The Skull was found and the curse was lifted off of the tomb of Count Monte L. Bean.
We hope that if we get enough feedback from those who attended we could perhaps do this one again.