Visitors to the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford can now tour the author's mansion while playing a live-action version of the board game "Clue."The Twain House teamed up with an improvisational theater troupe, Sea Tea, which stations actors around the historical home playing Mark Twain characters and house staffers.Guests try to answer the traditional three-part question to solve the mystery of who just murdered Huck Finn's father, Pap Finn.During one recent tour a visitor asked the character Muff Potter, the drunk from "Tom Sawyer," if it could have been Aunt Polly in the library with a rope?The Twain House also offers special tours focusing on the legend that the house is haunted and a living history tour, guided by actors portraying members of Twain's household staff.
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SEPTEMBER 22, 2014
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