Being inside an abandoned 11-acre prison at night would be enough to give anyone the creeps, let alone when it’s filled with actors and props designed to amplify the terror factor. Terror Behind the Walls is held in Eastern State Penitentiary, which at one time was home to Al Capone before it was decommissioned in 1971. According to Forbes, it’s also the largest attraction in the country. It takes about 45 minutes to walk through the six attractions within the prison walls, and visitors can choose if they simply want to walk through and watch or if they are willing to be touched, grabbed, or even taken from the group during the night by the actors. To take the creep factor up several notches, many people believe the penitentiary is actually haunted. Nearly 60 paranormal investigation teams explore the site each year, and the building has been featured in several shows including SyFy’s Ghost Hunters and MTV’s Fear. To celebrate the site’s 25th year of offering creams and haunts, Terror Behind the Walls added two new attractions for guests eager to return. If you’ve never checked it out before, this is probably the year to do it.
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