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FOUND REBECCA ZAMOLO in GAME MASTER SECRET HIDEOUT with ESCAPE ROOM CHALLENGE CLUES!!

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After Stephen Sharer and his sister Grace Sharer escape from GAME MASTER NINJA TRAINING CHALLENGE at TOP SECRET LEGO NINJAGO LOCATION!! (Mystery Clues Found), the Sharer Fam received a top secret clue to head to Florida where they are to meet Rebecca Zamolo in some sort of Secret Hideout escape room mansion. Once at the front gate, Steven and Grace typed in the secret clue code and the gate opened. Then the Sharer Family saw the escape room mansion and a few people in the window. They figure it was either Rebecca Zamolo Game Master or Chad Wild Clay Project Zorgo inside this hideout with mystery clues to solve. So Stephen Sharer knocked on the door and once inside they found Rebecca Zamolo in the Game Master secret hideout and Chad Wild Clay escape room challenge was stuck inside the Mystery clue room! Trying to figure out how to get out, Stephen, Grace and Rebecca Zamolo searched for clues and solved riddles trying to get Chad Wild Clay out of the escape room challenge. After the Sharer Family solved a bunch of clues and found secret riddles there was still one more Project Zorgo clues that Chad Wild Clay had inside his escape room challenge. So Sharers comment if you know what CWC clue Stephen Sharer needs to solve and escape room out of this #GameMaster hideout.

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Chad Wild Clay CWC FOUND GAME MASTER SECRET HIDEOUT & Searching PROJECT ZORGO Abandoned Clues (Escape Room Challenge) https://youtu.be/_t4E7RMfa_s

Rebecca Zamolo FOUND GAME MASTER Top Secret ESCAPE ROOM Mansion! (Exploring Mysterious Hidden Clues in Real Life) https://youtu.be/KqV-PUKqDHY

Matt and Rebecca Found Hidden Room in GAME MASTER Top Secret ESCAPE ROOM Mansion! (Mysterious Clues in Real Life) https://youtu.be/7QQxsjzw4Lk

VY QUAINT ESCAPING PROJECT ZORGO COMPUTER ESCAPE ROOM (Searching Missing Daniel & Game Master Evidence) https://youtu.be/EshrQnE3hjc

Stephen Sharer GRACE SHARER GAME MASTER MYSTERY RIDDLES & CLUES TRAINING REVEAL TRUE IDENTITY (Detective Challenge) https://youtu.be/_f7qpfNcE-0

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