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Tracy Gang 1920s

Author: Murder Mystery Games  Date: 09 May 2022

Tracy Gang is an amazing Gatsby style 1920s gangster murder mystery game theme. People love to dress as Irishmen, mafia, mobsters, 1920s gangsters, flapper girls, godfathers and hitmen. Welcome to the Tracy Speakeasy.

Testimonials

We held a Tracy Gang 1920s murder mystery party!! Best night we have had for ages. Everyone thanked us for a great time.

---Hella Oakes---

I received the box quickly and engaged a local member of the amateur dramatic society to run the event for us. Our presenter did a great job, he got into the part, came around and talked with each group (we were in four groups), he listened and gave subtle hints. There was only one couple who had participated in a murder mystery before but most of the guests were looking forward to it and really got into it. The game certainly brought out the will to win in a number of guests. It was a lot of fun and I think most of us would do it again. I thought all that was provided was really good and the hints on preparing were really good.

---Therese McDonald---

Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Party
Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Party
Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Party
Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Party



Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Game
Tracy Gang 1920s Murder Mystery Game
Title Price Qty Add To Cart
Download - Dinner Edition
Tracy Gang 1920s 4 to 8 Players
$65.00
Download - Premium Edition
Tracy Gang 1920s 2 to 15 Players
$86.00
Download - Premium Edition
Tracy Gang 1920s 2 to 60 Players
$99.00
Download - Premium Edition
Tracy Gang 1920s 2 to 120 players
$115.00
Download - Mega Edition
Tracy Gang 1920s 120 to 300 players
$145.00

Shipping Details:

Shipping on all orders within United States is $0.00. Shipping outside United States is $0.00.


3 Steps to Murder Mystery fun!

1) Order a Gozone murder mystery game for your group size.

2) Host the party yourself DIY style or hire a professional murder mystery host.

3) Have a killer good time.




Setting: "The Tracy Speakeasy" a modern, popular and vibrant speakeasy of the 1920s.

Story: The former leader of our gang the Tracy Gang, "Aiden Abet" has gone missing. He developed a scam that netted him $1m but has now vanished and yet, no body has been found. He was ratted out and once his victims found out the truth he became a targeted man. The fortune was hidden in the Tracy Speakeasy library and when he is spotted with the money it leads to murder! Unravel the mysteries of plastic surgery, the dead man walking, and the letters from the bard William Shakespeare.

Adult Themes: Gambling, swindling and suicide.

Costumes: Guests come dressed as a gangster, cabaret dancer, godfather, flapper, pimp, F.B.I, Scarface, hit man or any other 1920s style character.

How Do Costumes and Characters Work? To make the murder mystery game really to organise your guests don't need to dress as any particular character. Their costume doesn't affect the character they play in the murder mystery game. You allocate characters on the night of the murder mystery party. This way if guests are sick and can't make it or short notice friends want to come, there is no impact on how you run the game.

Normal Use: Fundraiser, kids 15+, teenage or adult party.

Group Size: 4 to 8, 2 to 15, 2 to 60, 60 to 120, 120 to 300.

Money, scams, revenge and William Shakespeare? Could you hold your nerve as a mafia boss and survive?

What is a Downloadable game?

    • Download - You receive the high quality materials electronically. You download and print the materials yourself and save money. Nothing is posted to you.

What is the difference between Dinner Edition and Premium Edition Games?

Premium Edition:

Premium Edition games are the ultimate in interactive fun. They are a full night of entertainment and require a host (friend or hired) to run them. Your guests work in teams to solve the crime and there is heaps of mingling and sleuthing fun. If you want an amazing night your friends will remember for ever, Murder In A Box Premium Edition games are the way to go.

  • Perfect for:
    • Any event that you want to be amazing
    • Fundraiser
    • Team building
    • Bachelorette night
    • Staff, Christmas, work, birthday party
    • Super fun party
    • Conference
  • What you get in a Premium Edition murder mystery game (depending on size):
    • Contents sheet
    • 15 to 120 electronic invitations to print or email before the event
    • The Presenter's Handbook
    • The Full Story
    • Extra games
    • Decoration suggestions sheet
    • 15 to 120+ character name badges
    • Evidence that is hidden and found
    • Planning a fantastic party guide book
    • Sleuthing materials
    • 8 to 18 sets of team directions
    • Welcome sign
    • Information about venue set up
    • 60 to 120 cryptic clues
    • The full story
    • 2 props to be used - Such as a secret letter
    • Special awards

Dinner Edition:

Dinner Edition games are best to play with 4 to 8 friends over dinner.

  • Perfect for:
    • Any low key event
    • Dinner party
    • Dinner at a restaurant
    • Backyard party
  • What you get in a Dinner Edition murder mystery game:
    • The Presenter's Handbook
    • The full story
    • 8 character name badges
    • A Suspect's Sheet for each player
    • 8 Round 1 Scripts
    • 8 Round 2 Scripts
    • 8 Round 3 Scripts
    • 2 props to be used - Such as a secret letter
[themes]

Famous People in the 1920s to dress up as: Celebrities of the Jazz Age

  1. Charlie Chaplin
  2. Louise Brooks
  3. Gloria Swanson
  4. Coco Chanel
  5. Zelda Sayre
  6. Josephine Baker
  7. Charles Lindbergh
  8. Al Capone
  9. F. Scott Fitzgerald
  10. Jack Dempsey
  11. Babe Ruth
  12. Albert Einstein
  13. Al Jolson
  14. Charlie Chaplin
  15. Duke Ellington
  16. Salvador Dali
  17. Greta Lovisa Gustafsson
  18. John Gilbert
  19. Albert Einstein
  20. Louis Armstrong
  21. Pablo Picasso
  22. George Herman Ruth Jr.
  23. David Llewelyn Wark Griffith
  24. Georgia O’Keeffe
  25. Vladimir Lenin
  26. Alexander Fleming
  27. George Bernard Shaw
  28. Jack Dempsey
  29. Red Grange
  30. Bill Tilden
  31. Bobby Jones 
  32. W. C. Handy
  33. Bessie Smith
  34. Warren G. Harding
  35. Herbert Hoover
  36. Andrew Mellon
  37. Giuseppina Baker
  38. Carlo Lindberg
  39. Bessie Smith
  40. Duke Ellington
  41. Babe Ruth
  42. Clark Gable
  43. Shirley Temple
  44. Will Rogers
  45. Joan Crawford
  46. Wallace Beery
  47. Janet Gaynor
  48. Marie Dressler
  49. Robert Taylor
  50. Edna Ferber
  51. Joan Crawford
  52. Gloria Swanson
  53. Anita Page
  54. Evelyn Brent
  55. Marie Prevost
  56. Gilda Gray
  57. Claudette Colbert
  58. Clara Bow
  59. Loretta Young
  60. Jean Arthur
  61. Norma Shearer
  62. Anna May Wong
  63. Mae Murray
  64. Fay Wray
  65. Edna Purviance
  66. Colleen Moore
  67. Pola Negri
  68. Eleanor Ambrose
  69. Dorothy Mackaill
  70. The Queen Mother
  71. Myrna Loy
  72. Dorothy Sebastian
  73. Norma Talmadge
  74. Bessie Smith
  75. Mary Astor
  76. Tallulah Bankhead
  77. Dolores del Rio
  78. Barbara La Marr
  79. Brigitte Helm
  80. Carole Lombard
  81. Lina Basquette
  82. Helen Hayes
  83. Marlene Dietrich
  84. Marion Davies
  85. Billie Dove
  86. Mary Minter
  87. Hazel Forbes
  88. Aileen Pringle
  89. Lillian Gish
  90. Bebe Daniels
  91. Claire Windsor
  92. Peggy Hopkins Joyce
  93. Mary Pickford
  94. Alice Terry

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