Locked rooms in escape games

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      Roel BusRoel Bus
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      A fairly new phenomenon has popped up, new to Sarnia anyway, for entertainment, called escape rooms. These rooms are locked from the outside, where a team of people of all ages inside are solving puzzles, riddles and find clues to discover the key to unlock the room in a certain time frame.
      For any of you familiar with these, do they have an emergency unlocking device on the inside, or is unlocking the door totally up to a person (employee) on the outside of the door?
      Calling it a “detention occupancy” is a stretch, but if the employee doesn’t act for whatever reason, the people are locked in that room.
      Thoughts?

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