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The Quest Factory Escape Rooms
The largest Escape Room facility in Los Angeles. There are different 6 Escape Rooms spread over a 10,000sq ft facility.
The largest Escape Room facility in Los Angeles. There are different 6 Escape Rooms spread over a 10,000sq ft facility.
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This ship is a passion of a quite renowned pirate. He has courageously fought and heroically died for it. He even managed to fantastically rise from the dead for it. This ship is his precious pearl, savvy?
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Your thoughts during the 59 minute of Escape: “Oh, God! Just let those two be happy together!”
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We all are familiar with a classic pirate Halloween costume — the parrot, the peg leg, the eyepatch, the bandanna, the snarling Scottish accent. But is any of it real?

Pirates were traveling to exotic lands, had quite a bit of free time, had disposable income, and thus had no particular reason to restrict themselves to ordinary European pets like cats and dogs. Monkeys were not uncommon, but a parrot was more sensible. They don’t eat much, they’re colorful, intelligent, and funny. And also a simple talk partner during a long travel.

Book yourself an adventure: http://buff.ly/2tmWdkf. Though parrots are nice, we advise you to bring along a friend instead:)
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The modern literature and cinematography are full of creepy clinics and doctors. One of them, the famous Hannibal Lecter, was known to be keen on a specific type of wine while eating his victims. Do you remember which one exactly?
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Nowadays the expression “throw down the gauntlet” means metaphorical confrontation, but in its earliest use, it was an actual physical action that issued a formal challenge to a duel. The word itself comes from the French word “gantelet,” and referred to the heavy, armored gloves worn by medieval knights.

Throw down the invitation to your friends by booking an adventure for tonight: http://buff.ly/2rKRonD
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It’s Mystery o’clock. In Staffordshire, England, there is a sculpture that attracts wit of many intellectuals in an attempt to decode a mysterious inscription — DOUOSVAVVM.

According to the legend, that code was created by the Knights Templar fighting against the Crusades. Some of the nation's greatest minds have tried to break the code, including Dickens and Charles Darwin. But it remains unsolved to this day.

Try your luck!
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Agent, focus! You get a late emergency call from the spymaster. Your challenge is to leave a written message on a piece of paper to your partner in a way that the bad guys aren’t able to see it, even if they stare right at it. No doubt you’ll think like a spy and use the invisible ink.

Want more challenges? Book our Impossible Mission Escape Room before you get caught http://buff.ly/2rL5Uf1
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Want to rock every escape room? Can’t wait to impress your friends or colleagues with knife sharp attention and creativity? It’s time to warm up your brain a little. Here are some quick teasers. Note, they are not as easy as they seem to be:

1. Look around and try to find 5 blue things that will fit in your mouth and 5 yellow objects that are too big to fit. You have only 2 minutes. Go!

2. Say the months of the year in alpha­bet­i­cal order. Easy? Well, why don’t you try doing so in reverse?

3. Name 2 animals for every letter in your first name. Work up to 5, try­ing to use different ones each time.
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People say you spend a lot of time "thinking"? Guess what, imagination is genius’ most powerful weapon — they always dare to dream and turn their dreams into reality. And that’s why history still remembers them.

One of the world’s most valued visionaries was Albert Einstein, who used the “visualization technique” in countless different ways. Einstein always found various ways to express himself, especially through diagrams. He often said that if he only had one hour left to save the world, he would spend 55 minutes thinking about how to do it, and the remaining 5 minutes trying to actually save it.
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Сome on guys, confess! Who had a similar experience in one of our Escape Rooms? ;)
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