You Have To Sign A Waiver & Escape A Serial Killer At This Terrifying Florida Escape Room
Will you escape before it's too late?
The spooky season is upon us, and with it comes all the thrilling experiences we need in our lives before Christmas events start rolling in. Those who are brave can sign a waiver to try to escape a serial killer at this terrifying escape room experience near Tampa.
At Make A Break Escape's immersive Halloween Helter Skelter experience, you have to escape from a mysterious serial killer known as The Revolutionary. He has terrorized Tampa Bay with a string of four murders and is looking to strike again with another gruesome crime. He's captured more victims in his lair, and it's your job to break them out.
You follow a GPS signal emitted by their cell phones, only to be 1 step behind the killer. He's set a trap, and now you and your crew are trapped with his victims. You have 60 minutes to scan the lair for clues and escape before he returns, or you'll be next.
Talk about terrifying! The Helter Skelter escape room opens today, October 2 for the Halloween season. It will run on select days Wednesday through Sunday until the end of December, so it can be your nightmare both before and after Christmas.
Tickets for the escape experience are $19.99 per person and you can book your date and timeslot online here. Will you be able to e before it's too late?
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Helter Skelter Serial Killer Escape Room
Price: $19.99 per person
When: Select dates and time slots starting Wednesday, October 2nd running through to the end of December 2019. Multiple time slots available
Address: 13300 66th S. N., Largo, FL 33773
Why You Need To Go: A terrifying and immersive escape room that will get your adrenaline pumping. You have one hour to solve the puzzles and escape before the serial killer returns for his prey.
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