What do you think his first name is? Are you sure it’s David?
Who do you think I am? Can you guuess?
I’ll give you some time to think about it.
Meanwhile, let’s talk.
We live in strange and disturbing times.
Something as ordinary as putting on your shoes and stepping outside has become an adventure.
Does that sound a bit like the late 1960s-early 1970 in Northern California, when meeting a certain bespectacled individual could become your final moments in this life?
Except it’s not, is it?
The killer this time around - covid-19 - isn’t something you can disarm, plead with, or describe to a police sketch artist.
If you call 911, it won’t be to report an intruder, but to be taken to the hospital.
That is why it is essential you stay indoors, till the outbreak passes.
The question is...does that mean an end to everything?
An end to excitement, to adventure, and to sharing an exciting experience with some of the people you hold dear?
Well...that’s up to you.
Do you want to play a game?
See whether you still have that killer instinct?
Sharpen the wits, and test your observatonal skills, without having to leave your home?
Well then, I have a surprise for you.
Mr Fox, from Chicago’s premier escape room, asked me to prepare a game for you.
Darken the lights, set the Halloween theme to play on a loop, and click on this link.
Oh, and did you figure out who I am yet?
Well, here’s a clue - In 1969, the talk show A.M. San Francisco received a call from the Zodiac Killer, asking to meet with a lawyer.
The caller identified himself as Sam.