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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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The mysterious Stonehenge was built by Neolithic people on the Salisbury Plain in South England in the form of three sections 5000 years ago. Stonehenge attracted visitors for thousands of years. It consists of 30 vertically delivered sarsen stones weighing 25 tons and 30 bridges between them (horizontally arranged stones). Inside the circle, along with sandstone boulders, there are blue stones weighing 6 tons. They have traveled here for at least 380 kilometers. The builders managed to create a monumental complex, using only stone tools and practically without the use of working cattle. Even today it still causes confusion.

There are many theories about the construction of Stonehenge. Starting from the natural, glacial origin of it to the the intervention of aliens. The goals for the construction of Stonehenge could be various as well. It could be a temple, a place of astronomical observations and even the burial of unknown creatures. It is believed that blue stones have healing power.

Recently, a huge number of graves were discovered around the complex, which gives reasons for a new theory - this is a place where burials were celebrated.
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Another espionage secret is to improve your vision in the dark. The most secret things happen in the dark, so you have to be sure that you will see all the important actions and details. And although you are an ordinary person (... are you, though?), and you night sight may be quite weak, there are several methods that can help you:

1. Start working in the dark. Your eyes will eventually adjust more quickly, and you will strain less from temporary blindness, which will allow you to move faster and react faster under the cover of night.
2. If you need to quickly adapt eyesight - just close your eyes and count to 40. This simple method will help you to get used to the darkness and the reaction to the slightest light sources will be much higher than usual.
3. And, of course, you can always grab your night vision device from the gadget collection.

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What came first — a pirate's parrot or an egg? :)
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Robin Hood — one of a few truly famous heroes of ballads of Middle Ages. He’s somewhere on the same list with King Arthur, whose story is now a part of our cultural reality. There’s quite a number of books, plays and movies about him.

He is the noble leader of the forest bandits, who, according to the legend, acted with his gang in the Sherwood forest near Nottingham - plundering the rich, giving to the poor.

The homeland of Robin Hood is called the village of Loxley, by the name of which Robin himself is sometimes called Robin Loxley. His forest army numbered dozens of free shooters. All of them are excellent archers, bold, ingenious and noble people in their own way.

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Today this mental house is known as «Aradle». Founded in 1867, it was one of the biggest and most famous clinics in Australia, despite the fact that some quite terrifying treatment methods were used there. Throughout its history, «Aradle» «welcomed» tens of thousands of patients with various mental disorders. It was a home for some really dangerous psychopaths. During its 130 years of existence, more than 13 000 of patients died there. Maybe this is one of the reasons so many people come here sightseeing nowadays.

The mental house was closed in 1998, but only for three years, as it was reopened by the Northern Melbourne Institute Of Technical And Additional Education.

Still, there are some rumors of ghosts and some specific areas of the building are open for excursions.

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This movie has everything — spies, secrets, thrilling chases and gorgeous girls. However, this is not a 007 story. So what movie is this?
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That’s what “absolutely ready for a trip” means! Does your pet own a costume? Take a picture and send to us — Monday morning needs more of these!
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You would be surprised, but the only pirate, known for sure to have hidden his treasures, is William Kidd. History tells us that the hiding place was on the Gardiners Island, close to Long Island. He was going to use it as a bargain to clean his name. However, he shared the X place with one of his patrons. The latter found the treasure and used it as a proof against him. Kidd was found guilty and was sentenced to death through hanging. His body was left in a cage above the RIver Thames for 20 years.

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Have you guessed what movie this is from? What about the book? Tell us the name of the author in the comments below! A hint: «К.К.»
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