PIGEON FORGE, Tn.(WVLT)-- In the heart of a Pigeon Forge shopping center lies the remains of an ancient Pharaoh and your chance to put him to rest.
Professor Arthur Grimssley our guide says,
"You're going to have to make your way through a series of challenges and puzzles and evading traps, things of that nature to make your
way out alive".
The Tomb was the brainchild of a bunch of brainiac Harvard grads and touted as the only one of its kind in the world.
The excursion allows guests to try and figure out clues in hieroglyphics.
Each room has its own secrets, it's up to you to find them
As Steve Martin once said in song, "When I die, don't think I'm a nut, don't want no fancy funeral, just one like ole King Tut.
If you need more information you can find them at http://www.tombadventure.com/
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