Paralysis Escape Rooms: Entity

By | April 27, 2019

by Paralysis Escape Rooms (website)

8 Pall Mall, ST1 1ER


2-5 players

60 minutes

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 a Ouija board…
Will you discover what happened? Or will you need a priest?
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Sharon Nowik experienced rated this:Rated between 45 and 45 out of 5
Played: September 2020 Team size: 2 Time taken: 59 Outcome: Successful escape!

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be aware if you play Entity, it is not for the faint-hearted, it is spooky, creepy oppressive and whilst not scary in the same way the 13utcher is, it definitely left us thoroughly spooked and haunted.

6th October we headed back to Stoke to take on another of Paralysis Escapes Rooms devious games. We faced our fears and survived with Phobia, But how would we do in Entity? , The Supernatural sibling of the aforementioned room. As always on entry into Paralysis, we were greeted by a member of the family of fear powerhouse that runs these games. As I’ve mentioned before the driving force to the success of this company is the full-on family approach that Damon and his kids provide, It really is so evident just how much they love designing, creating and running these rooms and the payoff is undoubtedly the reactions of their guests and for this, they should be so proud of what they have achieved.

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