Situated on the second floor of the four-story building, escape room participants are locked in a room with a 45-minute timer counting down, then given hints, clues, puzzles and riddles to solve. As they solve the puzzles, they get closer to finding the key to escape the room.
“This is not a haunted house, by any means, but it gives that thrill factor … with a different vibe,” he said.
Hunter, who graduated from Middletown High School in 2007, brought non-contact boxing to children in grades kindergarten through six at the Middletown Family YMCA, owns a basketball training business, and a production company specializing in senior and wedding photography.
Last year, he organized the inaugural celebrity basketball game, one of the last events held at the former Vail Middle School before it was torn down.
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For more information about the business, visit www.roomxscape.com.