Murder On The Dance Floor

1970s murder mystery party package - murder on the dance floor

This game contains content that may be suitable for 13 years and older due to references to murder and suggestive sexual themes.

WHAT’S INSIDE YOUR DIGITAL MURDER MYSTERY PACK?

Host Instructions
Invitations
Character Booklets
Costume Suggestions (in Character Booklets)
Inspector Audio Files
Inspector Booklet (if using a real player)

Welcome to our 1970s Murder Mystery Party, Murder on the Dance Floor! Who knew that a boogie could be so deadly? This murder mystery party pack is digital and to be downloaded to your devices or printed out at home.

It’s 1978 and The Velvet Flamingo is the hippest club in town. Anyone who’s
anyone goes – if they can get on the guest list. Inside, celebs mingle with the hipsters, the fashionistas and the movers and the shakers while the DJ plays funky disco beats.

Champagne is flowing and the night is in full swing when The Velvet Flamingo’s owner, Tom Collins, drops dead on the dancefloor. Someone spiked his drink with something deadly. But who?

Play our 1970s Murder Mystery Party and find out who killed Tom Collins. (RIP, Tom).

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Adam Baum
The hottest DJ at The Velvet Flamingo, and he knows it! He's far too cool for skool.

Misty Collins
Tom Collins' widow. She's rich, glamorous and doesn't seem too bothered about her husband's demise.

Huge Jeego
Cocktail flairer at The Velvet Flamingo, and as his name would suggest he has a huge ego.

Claire Waters
An up-and-coming film actress trying to make headlines by being
seen in the most popular places on the arms of the most popular men.

Don Key
Ageing rock star. A hit with the women, and apparently hung like his name would
suggest.

Lucy Lastik
A vain, waifer-thin supermodel who is always in the headlines.

Adam Baum
The hottest DJ at The Velvet Flamingo, and he knows it! He's far too cool for skool.

Misty Collins
Tom Collins' widow. She's rich, glamorous and doesn't seem too bothered about her husband's demise.

Huge Jeego
Cocktail flairer at The Velvet Flamingo, and as his name would suggest he has a huge ego.

Claire Waters
An up-and-coming film actress trying to make headlines by being
seen in the most popular places on the arms of the most popular men.

Don Key
Ageing rock star. A hit with the women, and apparently hung like his name would
suggest.

Lucy Lastik
A vain, waifer-thin supermodel who is always in the headlines.

Russell Sprout
A nightclub photographer who takes pictures of the rich and famous, whether
they want him to or not.

Lynn Zee Carrot
A gossip columnist who isn't always popular due to the stories she breaks. On the other hand, sometimes celebs appreciate the column inches.

Adam Baum
The hottest DJ at The Velvet Flamingo, and he knows it! He's far too cool for skool.

Misty Collins
Tom Collins' widow. She's rich, glamorous and doesn't seem too bothered about her husband's demise.

Huge Jeego
Cocktail flairer at The Velvet Flamingo, and as his name would suggest he has a huge ego.

Claire Waters
An up-and-coming film actress trying to make headlines by being
seen in the most popular places on the arms of the most popular men.

Don Key
Ageing rock star. A hit with the women, and apparently hung like his name would
suggest.

Lucy Lastik
A vain, waifer-thin supermodel who is always in the headlines.

Russell Sprout
A nightclub photographer who takes pictures of the rich and famous, whether
they want him to or not.

Lynn Zee Carrot
A gossip columnist who isn't always popular due to the stories she breaks. On the other hand, sometimes celebs appreciate the column inches.

Rocco Hudson
Good looking and stylish doorman of The Velvet Flamingo. He chooses who gets in and who doesn’t.

Polly Esther
World-famous fashion designer in her mid 40s with flame-red hair. Very Biba.

Adam Baum
The hottest DJ at The Velvet Flamingo, and he knows it! He's far too cool for skool.

Misty Collins
Tom Collins' widow. She's rich, glamorous and doesn't seem too bothered about her husband's demise.

Huge Jeego
Cocktail flairer at The Velvet Flamingo, and as his name would suggest he has a huge ego.

Claire Waters
An up-and-coming film actress trying to make headlines by being
seen in the most popular places on the arms of the most popular men.

Don Key
Ageing rock star. A hit with the women, and apparently hung like his name would
suggest.

Lucy Lastik
A vain, waifer-thin supermodel who is always in the headlines.

Russell Sprout
A nightclub photographer who takes pictures of the rich and famous, whether
they want him to or not.

Lynn Zee Carrot
A gossip columnist who isn't always popular due to the stories she breaks. On the other hand, sometimes celebs appreciate the column inches.

Rocco Hudson
Good looking and stylish doorman of The Velvet Flamingo. He chooses who gets in and who doesn’t.

Polly Esther
World-famous fashion designer in her mid 40s with flame-red hair. Very Biba.

Marty Graw
Fabulous drag queen. Well, it is the 70s, and what would a nightclub be without
a drag queen?

Fonda Dix
A high-class hooker who is welcome in the club as she's very discreet with her business.

HOW TO PLAY

If you’ve never played or hosted a digital murder mystery party before, don’t panic! Our host and players’ booklets will guide you through each game with scripted dialogue, question & answer sections, tips and more. Each game pack is to be downloaded digitally for your guests to either print off or read from their devices. Each murder mystery party pack is designed to be played with 1-6 players, 1-8 players, 1-10 players or 1-12 players. You can also create an extra player for each game by choosing a guest to play the Inspector instead of using the Inspector’s audio files.

BESPOKE MURDER MYSTERY PARTY GAMES

We understand that you may require a more bespoke package for your special murder mystery party. We are very happy to oblige. If you would like a murder mystery party tailored to your own specific number of players or theme, please click here to get in touch with us for a quote.