Brand new to Paralysis escape rooms – Entity.

 

Can You Escape?

It’s September 7th, 1940 and you must investigate what took place in the once peaceful home of siblings, 13-year-old Iris Stone and her younger brother, Tom.

The children have vanished.

And their aunt and uncle, who the children had been sent to live with to escape the bombing, have been found dead.

Rumour has it the bored siblings had ventured into the attic of the country home and found an Ouija board.

Will you discover what happened? Or will you need a priest?

Perfect for Team Building

One comment

  1. Sarah Louise Bath

    Highly recommend a visit, the staff were friendly, welcoming and were very passionate about giving the best experience possible. Will definetly be visiting the other rooms soon, and say hi to Geraldine for us😊

Leave a Comment

Keeping you safe during your escape room experience during COVID-19

Dear Gamers, We at Paralysis Escape Rooms take yours and our own safety very seriously, it is with this in mind that we are reaching out to all of our visitors existing & new to ask that we all work together to help prevent the spread of Covid. As time moves on in an ever-changing environment we must adapt accordingly & responsibly. Following guidelines, we have been advised to notify all of our future guests that during the tier 2 phase the following applies: * • If you or anyone in the group has developed any Covid symptoms (such as high temperature, sudden and persistent cough, loss of smell or taste, etc) then please refrain from attending your game and notify us as soon as possible. * • Only attend for games where you are only with people from your own household (it is an offence to mix during any indoor activity) * • Masks must be worn at all times inside the premises (other than when seated and eating or drinking in the RedRum lounge & bar) * • Social distancing & general hygiene such as hand-washing & use of hand sanitiser is required during your visit. We are still committed to providing an exhilarating, enjoyable (sometimes terrifying) and pleasurable experience for each and every one of you. Thank you for helping us stay safe! The Paralysis Team.