Aspen Crossing - Bergquist Family Homestead 1930
THE BERGQUIST HOUSE - Escape Rooms. Get ready to immerse yourselves in mystery, intrigue and the escape of your life! At first glance, the Bergquist House appears as a century old prairie farmhouse lovingly restored. But, this historical house holds dark, sinister secrets filled with unresolved mysteries of the past. Do you and your team have what it takes to uncover the clues in time to make your escape? Which room will you start with? Your adventure awaits you! They have two rooms for you to explore. ROOM 1 - TWISTED TWINS is where Zach and Chaz, two young twins lived in a small town, Mossleigh Alberta. These two boys had a seemingly normal childhood, until you uncover the truth that has been covered up for many years even after their childhood home was abandoned. One of the twins was convicted for the murder of their baby brother, Aiden, in August 1927. You are part of a curious group of travellers, looking to explore an abandoned house in search of fun, but while walking through this house you will uncover an even bigger psychological torment. Your group gets separated and trapped, the only way out is to relive the lives of Zach and Chaz. Can you figure out who committed the murder of baby Aiden? ROOM 2 - THE STUDY where the current time frame is the 1930’s and for over 40 years there has been an unsolved mystery tied to the construction of the Canadian railways, considered at the time, a National Imperative. Rift with political and public outcry of misappropriations. A secret society took matters into their own hands. But until recently, there has never been any evidence. Somewhere within a retired engineer’s study lies the very clues bound to the Order of the Fourth Spike. This secret society has deep political secrets that if uncovered, will rock Canadian history irrevocably. Will your group finally discover the priceless artifact that will re-write our railway ties?