Where the walls of an abandoned building talk a secret language and other sounds – Passage No. 9 at Parapark Sydney

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There’s a derelict building in the middle of a city which is at the heart of people’s whispers. People wonder why the building so easily fell into disrepair and placed the blame on somebody who broke into the building, then held a séance to try and summon spirits inside the building. It’s also what they say weird sounds at night can be heard from the building.

Passage No. 9 is the only room available to be played at Parapark’s Sydney franchise, where participants can hear through the walls what was said during the séance that caused the spirits to become stuck in the building. Uncover a secret language, understand how to get the spirits back to their spirit world and get home safely all in one day.

In the near future Parapark Sydney will open two more rooms called 9B Gateway and they will also be “twin rooms” as they will enable a large group of friends – up to a maximum of ten players – to battle it out by playing the same room escape game at the same time. Lastly some good advice from Parapark – don’t overlook things too easily, work with your team and a dose of common sense always helps.

Parapark Sydney
Price: $90 AUD for two people, $120 AUD for three people
Address: 2/119 Wicks Road, Macquarie Park, NSW, Australia
Website: http://paraparksydney.com.au/

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2 thoughts on “Where the walls of an abandoned building talk a secret language and other sounds – Passage No. 9 at Parapark Sydney

  1. EscapistTO February 23, 2015 at 3:39 am Reply

    The premise sounds cool but wow.. the price! and here I am complaining about $25 games in Toronto

    • Essa February 23, 2015 at 11:46 am Reply

      Not enough room escape competition in Australia to bring down prices significantly yet.

      Thanks,
      Essa 🙂

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