Lincoln Mill Haunted House Returns with Halfway to Halloween Haunted House Experience

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PHILADELPHIA, PAPhiladelphia’s scariest new haunted attraction is reopening its doors for a one-night only pop-up event on Saturday, April 29th. Lincoln Mill Haunted House presents
Viktor’s Vengeance, Halfway To Halloween features a special spring-time haunted tour in the chamber that has been lit up in ultraviolet light and features messages from the mill’s inhabitants.

“Spring has arrived but October is still six months away. For those that love horror, there aren’t many opportunities outside of the Fall season to get scared with your friends,” said Lincoln Mill Haunted House Co-Founder Jared Bilsak.

“For us, it seemed like the perfect time to open up the haunted house again at the halfway mark to Halloween. The end of April and the end of October both mark the transition between seasons, but most people are only familiar with Halloween.  In some parts of the world, there is a significance to the last day of April, which is referred to as the second Halloween. We wanted to tell that story.”

Guests will descend below the streets of Manayunk into the famous mill at 4100 Main Street and follow the messages to discover what possessed Viktor Kane in the 1930s. The Lincoln Mill is haunted by many spirits, among them is the former mill owner, Viktor Kane. To discover why he conducted such evil acts, a paranormal research team will return to the mill when the spirits are very active, the halfway point to Hallow’s Eve.

Be prepared to come up close and personal with the inhabitants of the mill. Warning: Proceed with caution as this experience is meant to be scary. Dozens of scare-actors will bring the experience to life. Tours leave between 6:30 pm and 10:00 pm, with tickets only $25 per person.

All tickets include access before and after to the deck overlooking the Schuylkill River. Souvenir t-shirts are also available for only $12.00 when purchased in advance. Tickets are on sale now at

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