One of the most fascinating trends of the past few years is the explosion in "Room Escape" centers in major cities across the world. While other forms clean family-friendly amusement have been in decline, it seems like being locked in a room with a bunch of puzzles is what friends, dates, and co-workers really want to do with their evenings. While rooms can vary in difficulty, subject matter, and interactivity, the common standard is that a small group of people are let into a pre-constructed space with a series of clues and objects and through teamwork they progress until time runs out or they sucessfully "escape". But were people meant to be caged, even for fun? On a recent r/askreddit thread a question came up that lead us to the dark reality of the human psyche...


"Escape The Room Employees, what is the weirdest thing you've seen someone do in one of the rooms?"

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