M.J. Dean led the construction of the Mob Exhibition at Tropicana Hotel & Casino, an immersive endeavor that brilliantly captures the enigmatic history of organized crime in Las Vegas. This 27,000 square-foot, high-tech experience goes beyond a conventional museum, immersing visitors in the world of the mob's Sin City legacy. Upon entry, visitors are assigned character names and guided by live actors and hologram versions of famous faces like James Caan and Mickey Rourke. From the back alleys of New York to the back rooms of Vegas casinos, the experience is rich with interactive displays and live interactions, offering an insightful journey through the mob's influence. Visitors' decisions as their assigned characters impact their fate, whether they become "made," get arrested, or even "whacked." With over 1,000 authentic artifacts and cutting-edge interactive technology, the Mob Exhibition masterfully combines entertainment and education. This immersive attraction not only showcases the mob's artifacts like Bugsy's Packard and Lucky's desk, but it engages visitors in a personal narrative, enabling them to delve into the stories that shaped Las Vegas' intriguing past.