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>> Locked up in a dark cage and blind folded, while trying to plan your grand escape from so-called serial killers. That qualifies as some people's idea of fun this Halloween season in New York, where an immersive haunted house experience combines elements of a horror movie with the popular idea of an escape room.
Where players need to solve riddles to find their way out.>>
]>> We come very personally to asale your senses that are related to fear. So, binding people, these are things that give you a visceral and a non-intellectual experience of fear.>> To find a way out, participants must play nice.
Often collaborating with each other to solve clues dropped by actors.>> The acting was amazing, I was actually terrified the whole time.>> A little scary, a little fun, you've got to use your head to get out.>> Yes.>> It may not be everyone's idea of fun, but escape room goers are willing to pay between $95 to $110 to confront their fear face to face in this frequently sold out experience.