Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party

Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party
Genre Drama
Created by
  • Sean Persaud
  • Sinead Persaud
Written by
  • Sean Persaud
  • Sinead Persaud
Directed by William J. Stribling
Theme music composer Dylan Glatthorn
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of episodes 11
Executive producer(s)
  • Sarah Grace Hart
  • Brent Madison
  • April Morris
  • Ryan M. Murphy
  • Sean Persaud
  • Sinead Persaud
  • Mary Kate Wiles
Location(s) Los Angeles, California
Running time 7-18 minutes per episode
Production company(s)
  • Shipwrecked Comedy
  • American Black Market
Original network YouTube
Original release August 22 (2016-08-22) – October 31, 2016 (2016-10-31)
External links

Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party also known as Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Invite Only, Casual Dinner Party / Gala For Friends Potluck (shortened as Poe Party) is a web series created by the siblings Sean Persaud and Sinead Persaud, and directed by William J. Stribling. It was produced by the companies Shipwrecked Comedy and American Black Market, and it was released on August 22, 2016 in the official YouTube Channel of Shipwrecked Comedy.[1]


Edgar Allan Poe throws a murder mystery dinner party to impress the beautiful Annabel Lee. He invites some of the world's most renowned authors. Things go awry when someone actually gets murdered.[2]



Title Summary Release Date
Episode 1: The Bells Edgar Allan Poe and his ghostly roommate Lenore await the arrival of their dinner party guests and everything goes exactly as planned. August 22
Episode 2: The Masque of the Red Death Dinner is served, darkness descends, and the game is afoot as Edgar, Lenore, and their guests struggle to figure out if this sinister turn of events is even part of the game at all. August 29
Episode 3: The Purloined Letter Confounded by another murder, the authors start to unravel some clues, all while Lenore's soup gets cold. September 5
Episode 4: A Descent Into the Maelström Sensing a dearth of stupid ideas, Ernest Hemingway moves to split up and explore the house, but is his motive to catch a killer, to woo Annabel, or the third thing in this list of things? September 12
Episode 5: The Oval Portrait After another horrific murder, questions are axed, alliances are chopped apart, and that's all the axe puns we could come up with. September 19
Episode 6: Spirits of the Dead The authors ask a psychic to summon the ghosts of those murdered in the

house in order to catch a murderer, which is a very normal thing that people do.

September 26
Episode 7: Mesmeric Revelation It's beginning to look like this is not the kind of night Edgar Allan Poe had planned. October 3
Episode 8: The Cask of Amontillado Poe meets the Po-Po and all hell breaks - ok someone else should write these. October 10
Episode 9: The Sleeper Accusations fly, haters hate, and mustaches bristle as the party dwindles. October 17
Episode 10: Annabel Lee It's just like the famous saying, "After nine episodes of nonstop death: revelations." October 24
Episode 11: The Tale-Tell Heart Villains! Dissemble no more! October 31


  1. "Shipwrecked.". YouTube. Retrieved 2016-11-02.
  2. Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party, 2000-01-01, retrieved 2016-11-02
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