38 Jackson St Philadelphia, PA 19148 ()
This was the first room escape I'd ever done and I didn't really know what to expect. I can't believe how much I loved it! We were in a room with 4 people I knew and 5 that I didn't so I was a bit leary of relying on strangers to help us escape but there wasn't a single person who didn't find some clue or help work to get us out. We escaped with only 4 seconds to spare and it was a crazy rush! We've since become obsessed with these things and have done all of the ones available in Philly, and also have driven out to NJ to try one. If you're on the fence, give it a go; it's worth every penny!Krystal H.
In 1952 a massive fire broke out at the Puritan Stationery Company factory in Philadelphia. There were no casualties, but the building was severely damaged and the company had to close. The main suspect, Eli Crane, was an antisocial weirdo who spent hours making strange devices from the factory's waste. He disappeared on the night of the accident.
You've snuck in the infamous factory, but Eli has set a trap for you! You have 60 minutes to find a way out of here before the building is demolished.