Escape Artist: The Final Seance Escape Room

60 Min Escape Room Synopsis

Come join Harry & Bess as they transport you back to the 1920's.

Famed illusionist Harry Houdini passed away on October 31, 1926. Prior to his death, he and his beloved wife, Bess, had discussed her trying to contact him in the afterlife. If she was successful, Harry was to reveal the phrase “Rosabel, Believe”, a reference to their favorite musical tune.

On the anniversary of his death every year since his passing, Bess has performed a seance at The Knickerbocker hotel in hopes of contacting Houdini. Unfortunately, each year has been met with the same result – failure to contact Harry.

It is now October 31, 1936. Ten years since the death of Harry Houdini. Bess has decided that this will be her final attempt before she will give up on trying to contact Houdini forever. You have come to her aid in an attempt to help her succeed before she puts out the lights on Harry’s shrine for good. Will you succeed in helping Bess to contact her beloved husband one last time or will Houdini rest in silence forever?

You have 60 minutes to complete the seance and contact Harry Houdini.

Next Generation Game Monitor

Game monitors will provide a unique, progressive, hint delivery integrated into the storyline.

Please Note: Escape Artist utilizes special effects including strobe lights and brief periods of darkness.

Houdini’s beloved wife Bess has been trying for ten years to contact her late husband from the grave and tonight is her final attempt. Can you help Bess contact Harry Houdini from the afterlife before she gives up forever?

Scavenger Level

The game play in this room involves minimal scavenger hunting and requires more deductive problem solving like our other escape rooms.

Puzzle Level

The game play in this room is great for puzzle lovers. Put on your thinking cap when you enter this escape room!

Escape Rate

18% of teams manage to complete this room. Do you have what it takes to be among the winners?

Room Capacity

This room is suitable for groups of up to 10 participants in public games and 10 participants in private games.

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