The special event was at the museum of crime and punishment, which happens to also be the studio for america's most wanted. It's a bit of a hole in the wall, not in any negative sense, you just wouldn't know it was there unless you were looking for it.
As we first started walking through the halls were a bit narrow and you end up wondering if they have enough space and food for everyone. It opens up quite a bit later on and you realize they have plenty of food and space. There was a live band on the lowest floor where the AMW studio was at, as well as a rock star video game. Sue Dunnell and company were handing out the PB 12 temporary tattoos (the flaming guitar). Apparently Dave, John and Millard got involved in some air guitar at some point, as they re-enacted it for us at the first session the next day.
It was a little to macabre for me to eat standing in the morgue, but otherwise great.
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