Mysteryland Festival Played Host To a Massive Game of Mousetrap That Crushes...

Mysteryland Festival Played Host To a Massive Game of Mousetrap That Crushes Cars

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The Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center was morphed into Mysteryland May 22 through the 25th. This marks another chapter in the history of the famous Woodstock site. The ’69 music festival hosted during an on and off rainy weekend, 32 performances in front of an audience of 400,000 people. It is widely regarded as a pivotal moment in popular music history.

Mysterland is still proving its reputation as one of the more groundbreaking festivals around today. The creativity is always high at these programs and this Memorial Day weekend was no different.

During the festival a giant version of board game Mousetrap was constructed to show off for the crowd. Reports state that the machine failed to work for a few tries but luckily a successful attempt was caught on tape. The massive Rube Goldberg machine is a true marvel weighing in at 25 tons. Check out and share the video, because even if you played the game in real life, it probably still didn’t work correctly.