1. Kinda like hidden maze but when you go through one door in a room you enter the OTHER door into the room (or the same one) so the mortal(s) are trapped in the room and when they try to leave they enter through the other door.
2. The room appears upside down i.e furniture and stuff on ceiling.
3. A power that makes a hole in the floor and when a mortal falls down it, they fall through a hole in the ceiling in the same room.
4. A (group of) mortal(s) suddenly become transparent and drift through the floors of the house until they reach the bottom floor.
Actualy this brings up a question I've ben meaning to ask: When I was in the unusual suspects, I freed blue murder, but reattached her to her original fetter. She used hidden maze, and after two seconds, one of the frat boys fell through the roof in a vortex of blue light i normally assumed with the doors around affected by hidden maze, only this sprea across the celing in a circular pattern. I've never been able to replicate this; it was Matt Burke ithink or something, he just fell flat onto the floor, got back up and shook himself. He then fled cosi was actually using the morgue as a terror room, so i couldn't investigate further. Does this just happen?
Lock Doors: Like you CatBOne, I'd love to be able to trap mortals even biefly in one place conveniently to scare the life outta em once and for all. Invisible Wall: Creates an invisible barrier that if placed carefully can catch mortals like a net; it allows them in, but not out again. Interestingly,this is a phenomena assosciated with fairy forts in Ireland.
I know, took me ages too. You have to scare away that guy who owns the banzai tree (Is it officer haid,or is he the guilty guy?) and then attract the guilty guy. I usually use Terroreyes fascinate, then when he takes the evidence (eventually he'll come into do it anyway) activate Blue murders obsession.