The year is 1929 and Prohibition is at its height. Until last week Chicago was run by four big players. Tommy Gunn, who runs booze and girls, Al Kohol, who runs booze and protection rackets, Spits Feathers, who runs booze and gambling dens through his bakery business cover and, until his murder last...
The scene was set, a dining room set out with a Valentine theme, 20's music beating in the back ground, 10 guests in total dressed in period wear with gangster style props. A great plot, good clues ready to lead or mis-lead the guests to the conclusion. 10 out of 10 we all had a great evening with this murder mystery as the catalyst.Keith -. - Swadlincote, England
Had a great time at the speakeasy! I would definitely do it again! I would rate it as excellent 4 stars!Brandy C. - Cumberland, Maine
We actually changed this title to "Christmas under the Mistletoe" and used it for a corporate christmas party. Our sales staff were the cast and it was really fun! Everyone had a great time, it was a great icebreaking game and no one guessed it correctly at the end. If I had a suggestion for change it would be that it was a bit long. But that is it. Thank you, we will do this again! Debbie Ruth Marketing Manager Commonwealth Land TitleKatie C. - California
The game was great! We had a blast. However for the price paid I would expect parts to be proofread for grammatical flow and spelling. That was it! Thanks for a great party!!!Sally
Great game!!!!...we had alot of funStephanie B. - Chicago
I purchased the game which was to be a Valentines Murder Mystery. I was hosting a Christmas Party so altered it to be a Christmas Murder Mystery. Instead of Tommy Gunns cake blowing up on his 40th birthday I had the Christmas tree lights blow up. I had 16 people at my party. The game was set up with 10 characters, so I made up 5 more. This process was quite easy and a lot of fun. The names of my extra characters were, Ginny Tonic, Ida Kildem, Emma Crook, Sid Gars, Kitty Cocktail and I made a part for Brooke M. Danno. When making up the extra characters I made sure they interacted with the origial characters by switching around some of the parts. Everything went smooth and we all had a great time. Only one of the guests figured out who the murderer was. It was narrowed down to about three of the characters. Many of my guests went to a local costume shop to rent apparel. The ones who made their costumes did a wonderful job. The costumes were half the fun. Here it is over a month later and we're all still talking about it. I would highly recommend this game to anyone. I also purchased the Death of a Pirate game and can hardly wait to play that one.Russell a. - Becker, MN
We had such a great time at our murder mystery last night We were all in costume and we all looked great.My husband makes a killer (ha ha)meatloaf and he wrote on it in ketchup "who did it".We also had the killer kabobs and they were also good.My son made the perfect crime punch and it was perfect. We are going to have another one in the summer and do a luau. Thank so much for the fun.Linda M. - Delran, NJ