Twin Cities Navy SEALs vet offers chance to kill bin Laden in role-playing game

A Navy SEALs veteran who lives in the Twin Cities is giving fantasy role-players a chance to experience the raid on the home in Pakistan where the SEALs killed terrorist leader Osama bin Laden. Commander Larry Yatch and his wife, Anne, have opened a 10,000-square-foot studio in New Hope where participants can take part in a re-enactment of the raid for $325 each. So far, 137 people have signed up to pretend to kill a man wearing a white robe and a fake beard.
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A Navy SEALs veteran who lives in the Twin Cities is giving fantasy role-players a chance to experience the raid on the home in Pakistan where the SEALs killed terrorist leader Osama bin Laden, MPR reports.

Commander Larry Yatch and his wife, Anne, have opened a 10,000-square-foot studio in New Hope where participants can take part in a re-enactment of the raid for $325 each. So far, 137 people have signed up to pretend to kill a man wearing a white robe and a fake beard.

Yatch calls his company Sealed Mindset, which also teaches firearms classes, defensive fitness and personal safety courses.

See a video about the re-enactment of the bin Laden raid at Sealed Mindset below.

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