Tonight on “WhoDunnit” the murder of the Ex-Homicide cop goes under investigation. We’ve seen a fish tank crash, a flaming corpse, and last week’s crime was an explosion at the Rue Manor Estate. Needless to say, drama, fear, and game play are in no short supply. A contestant who seems to be standing out with the audience is Flight Attendant, Melina Alvez. This spirited young lady tells me more about life inside the murder filled mansion.
Interacting with the audience has been amazing! I absolutely love getting to know everyone who is excited about the show. It’s an incredible experience to be able to share my insights and also hear the insights of those who are watching and rooting for you every moment. Unfortunately it can’t be the Melina show, so it’s great to be able to interact with the audience and share things about me that maybe you didn’t learn on the show. Yes… I do cry a lot! LOL! And it’s funny to see the audience interaction. Some people think I’m acting and some people think I’m overreacting some people think I’m just Cray Cray. It’s really funny, but once you get to know me and once you understand the process you begin to see how it’s all genuine.
My first thought was “who the heck is that?!” And “what just happened?!?!” we hadn’t been at the house for very long! I thought we were going to have more time to get to know each other before someone died!
You could definitely sense the stress level! We all shared as much information with each other that we were comfortable sharing. So you really don’t know if you’ve been lied to until Giles reads to us the details of the murder written my the murderer him/herself. The moments leading up to the reveal I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m second guessing myself on EVERYTHING! That’s when the panic sets in and the tears flow out. In that moment I’m faced with my doom! Either I “live” another day or my chances at $250,000 are killed.
I want to know, how hard was it to sleep at night during the game? I know I would have a tough time.
It was near impossible. Between fish tanks crashing, fire alarms at 4:38am, and golf carts exploding…it’s nearly impossible to “rest” peacefully. The moment you finally get some quiet time you are reliving the entire day. Going over your notes, recalling people’s body language and how they communicated with you, you’re thinking about the evidence you have collected and what you might still be missing. And who you might think the killer could be.
I myself, don’t usually venture into Haunted Houses (except at Disney World). Did you get that eery feeling walking into the house for the first time? Or was it when Giles was walking down the stairs, and you were pointing out “Hey! Creepy Man walking down the stairs!”
I scare VERY easy…I’m a bit animated all the time. So I never do the whole haunted house thing, I don’t even watch scary movies. Lol So to answer your question …. YES!!! I was thoroughly freaked out! I was a little nervous leading to the moment when I saw Giles bc I wasn’t sure what was going on yet…then when I saw the creepy man walking down the stairs I freaked! When no one else noticed him I immediately thought it was a ghost!