Be prepared to work as a team to beat the clock in this dark and creepy morgue.
Bring your A game as this room is dark and creepy. This game requires a “hands-on” approach to dive in deep to find clues. Brush up on your detective skills and remember there’s strength in teamwork.
Times of total darkness could occur as a thunder storm warning is in effect for this location. Don’t worry, if you get touched it’s not by an employee. We don’t play that kind of game at Kersey Valley.
Autopsy is a surgical procedure of comprehensive examination of a person’s body and organs after death. A pathologist performs it in the presence of a medical examiner.
The dead body is dissected and all the body parts and organs are examined to determine the exact cause of death.
The autopsy begins with a careful inspection of the entire room. This can help establish what clues you have to solve the puzzles, locate evidence or suggest a path to follow. The pathologists weigh and measure the body parts, noting the weight that may be valuable in solving problems.
Examine the body, searching for clues, paint flakes or other deposits, identifying marks such as scars or tattoos, or injuries. X-rays are sometimes used to reveal bone abnormalities and the locations of bullets or other objects, and ultraviolet light can help detect clues. Pathologists may need to think about using other items in the room at this time.
What to Bring
Please bring a copy of your confirmation email and a few smart friends