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Interesting experience

The topic itself can be overwhelming and really sad. The visualization was really good in the... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2018
BogiV7
Strange and not very friendly exhibition

Very strange experience. You are given a headphone and you need to walk all the way with an... read more

Reviewed August 5, 2018
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Reviewed July 2, 2013

Highly recommended exhibition, great experience! If you're interested in the theme you must visit this exhibition!!!!!

1  Thank Zsofi90
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

Guided tour using multi-lingual headsets. Takes you through a series of rooms that don't seem to flow very well together ( jumping across historical periods etc). There are vouchers available on-line for up to 50% off admission.

The stage sets are a bit random and naff (Jeffrey Dahmers fridge?) with the promised technology being closer to an old style fairground ghost train than anything new. The over 16 age limit appears to be in place due to the odd expletive on the script, rather than anything on any of the exhibits. The subject matters are only basically researched (almost as if the script has been written entirely from one of those compendium books found in remainder shops).

The final room, with its moral message, and the most random gift shop ever ( flip-flops with "Murder" written on them???) might raise an unintentional smile, though!

Thank PDScotland
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Reviewed June 21, 2013

We found the exhibit a little like going through a cheesy 'haunted house' experience without anyone jumping out to say "boo!".You wear these headsets that describe the infamous killer while looking at a kind of diorama. There was a re-inactment of Ted Bundy's electrocution, followed by a video with '70's-type American images and a Beach Boy's song??? It would seem a little more appropriate for younger people , but under 16 not admitted at all. Either they missed a few facts along the way, or something was lost in translation...The worst part was the meditation room at the end where scripture was read for SEVERAL minutes, with Vivaldi's "Four Seasons" playing in the background...Ugh!

1  Thank TraviDiot
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Reviewed June 17, 2013

tacky and bit too long. felt sorry for the girl who showed us through the various scenes. expected more blood and gore.

Thank RonaldKentUK
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Reviewed May 6, 2013

The exhibition is showing the biggest murderers of our history. It is leading you through more than 20 rooms and illustrating the story by using various techniques. Each room is unique and using different tools of story telling. It is absolutely not about scaring people but more a documentary exhibition.
I personally loved it and went to see two times:) So if you want to see something new, something different than usually than it is highly recommended.

Thank angyalkads
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