Freida Ego

You've been invited to play the role of Freida Ego in Murder on a Train. In the coldest month of 1933, somewhere near the Austrian border, passengers aboard the Simpleton-Orient Express experience a murder that will change their lives forever! But who killed mysterious stranger John Doe? Join us to find out whodunit!

Your costume suggestion

As a psychiatrist, you are serious and focused in a tailored suit and modestly heeled shoes that ooze professionalism. Your horn-rimmed glasses allow you to study your patients clearly as you jot down their problems in your notepad.

About you...

You became a psychiatrist due to a traumatic event at a street fair in Vienna. The clown denied any wrongdoing but you were deeply traumatised and have not been able to look at clowns since. Unable to cure your own mind, you have gone on to help four, maybe five others with your deep psychological insights.

Greetings. I am Freida Ego, a clinical psychiatrist from Vienna specialising in personality disorders and clown phobias. The dead man was a patient of mine but I had no idea he would be on this train. At the time of the murder I was in the ladies room. I was suffering from an anxiety attack after seeing a man with an enormous red nose wearing a daffodil in his button hole. I thought he was going to squirt at me!