HOME ESCAPE EDITION: The Valentines Anomaly
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WELCOME TO THE HOME EDITION OF THE VALENTINES ANOMALY!
WHAT IS THE VALENTINES ANOMALY?
The Valentines Anomaly is a story based on true residents of the history of Valentines Mansion, you will explore rooms of the Mansion in order to solve the puzzle. All puzzles are taken from the real Valentines Anomaly experience.
There’s a strange phenomenon taking place at Valentines Mansion… Julien Slade has invited you (virtually) to help investigate, but is all as it seems? There are ghostly lights and unusual supernatural goings-on, Slade tells you that something very strange is taking place; the spirits in the building are waking up. Can they be trusted to guide you? Your team will embark on an hour-long journey around the mansion; the house that Slade believes is the hiding place for an ancient artefact from the ill-fated ship, the East Indiaman Valentine, a mysterious but cursed item. Is this all just an elaborate hoax, or will the mansion take its revenge?
HOW IT WORKS
Grab yourself a ticket on Design My Night
The link to the game will be delivered to your email address right away!
Click the link, and read the rules.
Answer puzzles on each page to help you crack the Valentines Anomaly!
Tickets are free of charge, but paying for a ticket will help support the upkeep of Valentines Mansion in these challenging times.
We are also working with @TheHairyQuizzers to bring new and exciting puzzles to you within the next couple of weeks! The Hairy Quizzers run a quiz on their Facebook profile every Wednesday at 19:30, so be sure to join in and raise money for charity! This weeks charity of the week is here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/the-hairy-quizzers
ABOUT VALENTINES MANSION
Valentines Mansion is an elegant grade II* listed country house - steeped in fascinating history, and rich in original and restored period features.
Dating back to 1696, the mansion has been a family home to many including Elizabeth Tillotson, the niece of Oliver Cromwell. Redbridge Council acquired the home in 1912. Since then it has been a home to wartime refugees, a hospital, public health centre and a council housing department.
After a period of closure, the mansion was restored to its former glory and opened to the public in 2009.Today Valentines Mansion stands as a proud tribute to the past. Thanks to Heritage Lottery Funding it remains free to visit, and regularly hosts educational visits for local school children.
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