Dr Wilson is a master detective who has solved many crimes in his distinguished career. But this case could prove to be deadly for him. One of the suspects he is investigating is threatening his life. Dr Wilson is now relying on you and your team to unveil the identity of the right suspect. He's left clues around his office and it's up to you to find them, solve the mystery and escape.
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A Sherlock inspired room with a nice set and some clever puzzles. We overthought one puzzle which ended up being a bit frustrating, and there was one puzzle where the connection between the clue and the lock was not very clear. But otherwise a pretty straightforward, entertaining room. Jess was a lovely host, who passed the critical "will she wear the prop hat" test with flying colours. Worth a try!
Décor as you go in is pretty good in this room. There isn’t loads you can do with an office setting but what had been done worked well and it was far less sparse than in many other office escape rooms we’ve been in.