A new form of themed entertainment popping up across the country involves players willingly getting trapped in a room. To get out, they must solve a series of puzzles.
They are called escape rooms, and they're pioneered by entrepreneurs who've created a growing business with an unusual business model.
In Los Angeles, Amy Hartman and her friends were recently locked in a castle-themed escape room, complete with a skeleton of a king sitting in a throne, armor, puzzles and a chest they'll need to open if they want to get out.
They have just 60 minutes to escape.