St. Peter Life Plans partners with Breakout Philippines in celebration of the DeathCare Week

Remember that viral story where a little girl was said to be showing up in one of the rooms and that they had to close the place for two months and invite some paranormal experts to have a look on what's happening? 

Last Saturday, me and my friends went to Breakout Philippines and tried to solve the mystery behind the death of this little girl in the Hide and Seek room. The room is filled with puzzles that we need to solve in order to escape the room. There are also clues hidden everywhere that helped us in unfolding the mystery. 

As much as I want to share the whole experience, I don't want to spoil the fun to those who haven't tried the room yet. 

We may have not successfully escaped the room, but we sure did have a lot of fun solving the mystery behind the little girl's death. Here are some tips and lessons learned that you may also find handy when trying out the escape rooms at Breakout Philippines:

  1. Work as a team and listen to each other's ideas. 
  2. Do not overthink! There are some things that you might find as a clue, but didn't actually have to do with solving the puzzles.
  3. Always follow the light (at least for the Hide and Seek Room) - this actually makes solving easier because you are guided to where you should be going and looking for solutions
  4. If you are gifted with some paranormal ability, just keep whatever to yourself. 
  5. It isn't scary at all. If you're hesitant in trying the escape room because you are scared, forget it! Take it from someone who easily gets scared at almost anything. ;)

    And you know what we missed doing? PLAN. In situations like this, planning would have definitely helped us prepare for whatever we're getting ourselves into. 

    Want to try it too? 

    This whole month of October, St. Peter Life Plans partners with Breakout Philippines in celebration of the DeathCare Week.

    Get P100 off on booking fee the following rooms by simply presenting your St. Peter Life Plan employee or sales agent ID, Planholders Identification Card (PHIC) or your signed St. Peter Life Plan Contract:
    • SM North Edsa (Boogeyman and Sleep No More)
    • Greenbelt 5 (Corpse Bride)
    • Katipunan (Clownhouse)
    • Paragon Plaza (Hide and Seek)

    The St. Peter DeathCare Week is a major Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Service Program of St. Peter Chapels that aim to promote awareness on DeathCare planning and preparation. The DeathCare Week is happening on October 27 until November 2, 2017

    Other activities that are in store for everyone to celebrate the DeathCare Week are:
      If you are brave enough to put your self inside a casket, St. Peter's iconic Pink Casket will be available for photo ops in selected cemeteries nationwide.

      St. Peter is offering FREE tricycle rides from October 31 to November 1, 2017 at these select cemeteries nationwide:
      • Bicol Memorial Park (Legaspi)
      • Marilao Catholic Cemetery (Meycauayan)
      • Tuguegarao Public Cemetery (Tuguegarao)
      • Catholic Cemetery (Calamba)
      • Holy Family Cemetery (Calamba)
      • Rizal Memorial Park (Calamba)
      • Holy Garden (Calamba)
      • Everest Hill Memorial Park (Calamba)
      • Laoag Public Cemetery (Laoag)
      • Manila North Cemetery (Mayon)
      • Love Memorial Park (Kawit)
      • El Reposo Cemetery (Tacloban)

      St. Peter will set up their pink tents in selected cemeteries nationwide to provide assistance to those who will be spending their evenings at the cemeteries from October 31 to November 1, 2017. There are also FREE hand fans and umbrellas that will be given away to those who will be taking a picture at the Pink Casket and avail any of their products during the period.

      A Eucharistic Celebration will be held on October 29, 2017 at the Talitha Kum Healing Mass on TV that will be aired at 8am in PTV 4. 
    Edward Santos

    EDnything is a lifestyle and entertainment blog featuring great deals and happenings in the Philippines. It also features food reviews, gadgets, showbiz, movies and theater plays, and more!

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