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One Killer. Three Victims. Can you and your guests piece together this interactive Zoom 1920s Speakeasy Murder Mystery game and win it all?


Virtually venture into the 1920s with this highly interactive, at-home 1920s Speakeasy Murder Mystery Party Game on Zoom where even the host gets to play and not know who the murderer is! Throw an event your guests will never forget with a Murder Mystery Party to Die For!




Format: Immediate PDF Download
Theme: 1920s Speakeasy
Players: 10-20
Genders: Mixed (10 Male, 10 Female – Master Character List available below)
Zoom Edition: Yes
Party Length: Between 1.5-2 Hours but can be flexible
Rating: PG-13 **Please note that this story contains some adult themes including references to “Prescription” Pill use, Affairs, Partying, and (of course) Murder**




Unlike In-Person parties, this game includes three rounds with scripted Questions or Actions for each guest and easy-to-follow Flip-Through Packets, personalized for each character. It also comes with individual character folders to email to each guest, making the organization and setup as easy as possible!




Each purchase includes:


1. Hosts Folder:
– Instructions
– Master Character List
– Script Guide
– Meet the Suspects List


2. Instructions for Party Guests


3. Character Cards:
– Personality Bio
– Things to Share
– Secrets to Hide
– Important Relationships
– Prop Suggestions
– “Make a Scene”


4. Flip-Through Packets (easily printed out packets which guests can follow in real-time while the party is happening):
– Meet the Suspects
– Evidence for Three Murders
– Scripted Questions or Actions for Three Rounds of Game Play


5. Voting Card Template


6. Extras Package:
– Award Certificates for Most in Character, Best Acted out Death, and Closest Guess
– Wine Labels
– Party Posters




A Sampling from the Introduction:


“Welcome to all of our lovely guests.


The year is 1920, we are two years past the ending of the brutal World War and people finally feel free to live their lives again. Prohibition takes over the United States, leaving the hangovers to the creative. Rebellion is brought out among the people, creating a love of Jazz music, flappers, and dancing. Organized Crime runs rampant and the Mafia is on the rise. The streets are filled with moonshine, bootleggers, gangsters, and, dare I say it, Murder.


Welcome to our Speakeasy. While most of you are among the rich and the famous, there are quite a few who dabble among the conniving and the desperate. There are rich histories to be learned and scandalous secrets to be discovered. We had high hopes that tonight would go off without a hitch, but, given the morally ambiguous nature of our guest list, we understand why that simply could not be the case.


With that being said, at the end of the night, three of you will be dead."




Master Character List




Robbie Montague: The Chef • Male*
Cecelia McKenzie: The Aspiring Actress • Female*
Mae “Vixen” Smith: The Conwoman • Female
Maxwell Langley: The Billionaire • Male
Mazie Langley: The Gold Digger • Female
Marilyn Moretti: The Gangster • Female*
Bo Hancock: The Pilot • Male
Eugenio Beasley: The Professor • Male
Carmen Powers: The Detective • Female*
Rodrick Newberry: The Plastic Surgeon • Male*




Delpha Hanna: The Socialite • Female*
Rufus Gray: The Vagabond • Male
Evangelina Lavine: The Model • Female*
Sheldon Shultz: The Photographer • Male*
Georgetta O’Shea: The Debonair Artist • Female*
Dante McGregor: The Bootlegger • Male*
Danika Wadsworth: The Black Widow • Female
Marcello Luciano: The Illegal Bookie • Male*
Lenny Wilcox: The Mad Scientist • Male*
Kenna Hastings: The Journalist • Female*


*This Character could technically be Gender Neutral but is currently written with a Male or Female name and pronouns.

ZOOM - 10-20 Characters 1920s Speakeasy Murder Mystery Party - PDF Download

  • This is an Immediate Download that you can print at home!

    Please note that, due to the size of this file, it will be shared in a ZIP Folder upon purchase. To open, please download and extract/unzip the folder. It's best to open up the Host's Folder, and start with the Instructions which are labeled "READ ME FIRST"

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