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Brian McCuaigBrian McCuaig

We don’t have any (that we know of) in our municipality, but I actually went to one just south of Peterborough with my family. They had an emergency key attached to the back of the door which we were informed of prior to entering. They also asked if anyone had lighters or matches and would confiscate them if you did. This one had video surveillance in each of the escape rooms and they watched you the entire time you were in there. You may want to ask them and see how they operate their facility.