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Meet Casey. Our favorite intern and your personal Mystery concierge. Casey knows all the best spots in town and will guide you through your adventure from start to finish. Casey also knows all of our secrets. 🤐 . . . #whymystery #seattle #adventures #adventureseeker #risks #risktaking #risktaker #weekends #weekendfun #seatown #adventurers #mysteries #mysterious #experiences #mysterydate #seattlite #downtownseattle #carpediem #boyfriend #girlfriend #datenight #girlsnightout #boysnightout #seattlelife #seattlehappenings #makeitamystery #trymystery

kelladactyl Start this in la!!!

liveinyouradventure LOVE this!

kbriggletron Casey is the bomb!!! Had a blast on our date tonight!!! Thanks, Casey.

healthysocialite this sounds so amazing

jasonkyle Casey is an intern? Hire her already! We met up with 2 other couples last night that Casey was coordinating and she totally crushed it!

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