THE QUICK AND DIRTY
Play if… you have any vices whatsoever, or loved the movie “7even”
Avoid if… you are a church-going, God-fearing person.
Laurel House of Horror:
Address: 935 Fairlawn Ave, Laurel, MD 20707 (click address for Google Map)
Contact and Website: 240-278-4545
Description (from the company website): “Seven Deadly Sins” is the most unique, and easily the most challenging escape room experience we’ve ever created. In five and a half “ancient” and elaborate rooms, you and a group will be tested to your absolute limits to overcome intricate puzzles, time-sensitive obstacles, and a difficult environment. More intense than our original rooms, all of your senses will be tested to escape the seven sins.
You enter through Pride (the first room) – will you leave with Pride, or be Envious of the ones that escape?
Difficulty (1-10): not listed
Time Limit: 45 minutes
Cost: $25 per person
Party Size: Up to 8.
Staging Area: It’s in an old movie theater that is supposedly haunted, so pretty damn creepy.
Metro Access/Parking: Not metro accessible at all. The theater is in a strip mall so there is plenty of parking.
This is the video we took before we entered the room:
This is the video we took just after we completed the room:
Description of the room: You walk into a circular room with a table in the center, at TV on the wall, and 7 doors (including the one you walked in through).
Understanding of the Mission: Solve the puzzles to figure out how to get out with your Pride intact.
Did We Escape: Yes
Time Remaining: Exactly 11 minutes.
Our Suggested Party Size: At least 6 (1 for each door)
Did the room challenge the entire team? Yes
Members of our team (other than the ERG): Eric, Eric, Alphonzo, Mark, Katheryn
Worth the time and money? hell,yes
Where to Eat/Drink Before/After: No idea, other than the Five Guys nearby. (There’s a Chuck E. Cheese next door, if you’re into that sort of thing. And like terrible pizza. And annoying, bratty kids… and creepy animatronic mice)