The Forgotten Office
In 1989 an employee of the PTT (Post – Telephone – Telegraph company of the Netherlands) inexplicably disappeared. Rumour has it that he collected burdensome evidence about some of his colleagues and the director of the former PTT. His name was F. Siegmund, he went to his work on the 13th of February 1989, but he never came home.
Police investigated the case, but unfortunately they could not find the man or the exact reason for why he went missing. There were some suspicions they could never prove, involving espionage, bribery and ties to the international mafia within the higher ranks of the PTT.
During that time there were around 400 employees in the building of the PTT at the Oude Vest in Breda. It was a busy hub of communication for The Netherlands.
More than 27 years after the PTT employee went missing, his office was discovered by maintenance technicians. In his office various indications have been found that confirm the rumours around the suspicions. It is now possible to enter is old office and see for yourself… What did he find that was so alarming he could never share it with anyone else? Enter his room at your own risk ad find out!
You can book The forgotten office for up to 14 players. With 8 or more players, the group will be divided in two teams who enter two identical rooms. You start at the same time…but who escapes the room first?!?