Escape game The Tortured Soul

Company: Incarcerated - Cryptology Swindon


166 Victoria Rd, Old Town, Swindon SN1 3BU ()

01793 523902

The closest car park to us in Regent Circus, just off Victoria Road. We are less than a minutes walk up the road

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The year is 1903, a series of unexplained and gruesome events have summoned your team of paranormal investigators to Victoria Road in Swindon. The local priest, Father Isaac Chambers, has disappeared while working at the residence of Mr & Mrs Gallagher. The homeowners recently fled the property following the horrifying death of their daughter. Doctors claim young Abigail was schizophrenic and a danger to herself, but Father Chambers believed the child was possessed and that recent ghastly events may be the result of a far greater evil. In the last few days neighbours witnessed horrifying screams and unsettling lights emanating from the girl’s bedroom late at night, but following the disappearance of Father Chambers it has now fallen silent. Constables have searched the premises, but Abigail’s bedroom remains shut and locked from the inside. You arrive at the Gallagher household to determine the cause of the recent events and uncover the truth of Father Chambers’ disappearance. Your search of the house is interrupted by curious whispers and unsettling sounds drawing you to the old study at the top of the building. No sooner have you crossed the threshold when the door slams shut behind you. This game uses occasional darkness and creepy sound effects to create a spooky atmosphere. There are no live actors and nothing is trying to harm or touch the players. A cryptic mystery must be solved and the ghost of little Abigail will help you if she can. This game has no padlocks and many of the puzzles are extra mysterious as a result.

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