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BURIED BODIES is the 4th in the Mystery Manila room series of deranged serial killer, Enigma, where he places his victims in locked caskets and trapping them inside sealed tombs

Chained Chamber was first in the series, then replaced by Buried Bodies in the Libis branch. Ticking Time Bomb was the second (also in Libis), and the third was Sinister Sensorium in Makati.

Here’s what to expect from Buried Bodies…

Mystery Manila Series:

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You can draw lots to determine who will be in the casket, or someone can volunteer. One person would be lying down, and another person would be standing up, locked in the coffin.

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It’s dark, like in a cemetery, and you aren’t allowed to use even your mobile phones for light.

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Once you find the flashlight, it would be easier to search for clues around the area. 

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The key to the game is the clues inside the casket, which you have to work together with the team to solve.

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You have to solve a lot of riddles, mathematical equations, and puzzles. 

Check out the video of our Buried Bodies experience with the OAP Team:


(Video courtesy of Artisano Studios)  

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You have to assemble a team that is very good at deductive reasoning to solve the mystery without asking for clues to get into the leaderboard.

It was a good challenge, but we felt that the mystery room lacked “fun” elements and wasn’t too scary.

If you’re just starting off with the Mystery Room experience, it’s good to do Justice for Jamila as a warm up, and then solve the mystery of the Buried Bodies.

BURIED BODIES
Enigma strikes again. The psychopathic killer challenges you to escape from his graveyard using clues and puzzles hidden around the dark cemetery. Some of you are buried alive while others collect pieces of the deadly puzzle. If you don’t solve the mystery in 60 minutes, you will be buried amongst the dead and will be stuck in the graveyard for eternity. The choice is yours. Solve quickly.

Mystery Manila – Libis Quezon City
Unit 9A, JW Plaza Building, 195 E. Rodriguez Jr Ave. (also known as C5, right across the street from the entrance of Eastwood, Libis) Brgy. Bagumbayan, 1110 Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Telephone: +632 501-2824 or +63 917 582-0808 
Websitehttp://mysterymanila.com/
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Operating Hours
1130am to 930pm Mondays to Fridays 
9am to 930pm Saturday to Sundays, or Holidays

Mystery Manila Fees:

  • P550/person if two persons are booked
  • P500/person if three persons are booked
  • P450/person if four persons are booked
  • P400/person if five persons are booked

Mystery Manila Series:

Live an Awesome Life,

Anton
Founder, www.OurAwesomePlanet.com 

Disclosure: Our experience was courtesy of Chuck of Mystery Manila. I wrote this article with my biases, opinions, and insights. Read Our Awesome Planet Complete Disclosure Policy here.  

P.S. It’s OK if you were not able to try the other Enigma-themed rooms because the Buried Bodies mystery room does not have references to or duplicate puzzles from the previous rooms.