“We do this because we love making people smile and have a good time,” said Scott Pacitti, Death of a Gangster Company.

Fort Bragg’s Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) hosted a Death of a Gangster Dinner Theater event at the Iron Mike Conference Center, Feb 22.

“The guest are a part of the play,” said Jonathan Clark, assistant business manager, Iron Mike Conference Center. “Everyone is either a person of interest or someone actively trying to find the killer.”

Participating guests were able to become characters in the murder mystery theater with four live actors from the Death of a Gangster Company.

“This is my first time coming to an event like this,” said Jessica Stuntin, a veteran’s wife. “I love anything that has to do with mystery and solving things, I felt like this event is different so why not come have some fun.”

Some individuals who came to the event dressed up in fashion from the 1920s known such as “The Era of Gangsters.”

Along with a buffet dinner, the event included hors d’oeuvres and an open bar.

“I have been doing this for years and each mystery dinner is an amazing experience,” said Pacitti.

You can find out more information about the Death of a Gangster Company by visiting https://bragg.armymwr.com.