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Lincoln Mill Haunted House

Philadelphia’s newest Haunted Attraction

Lincoln Mill Haunted House

Coming to Manayunk Fall 2022

On September 2, 2021, Hurricane Ida struck Philadelphia and flooded the Lincoln Mill to historic water levels. The flood significantly damaged the mill’s interior and revealed a hidden chamber located below the basement level. Countless bodies were found and a dark truth was discovered about the mill’s past.

Local authorities determined that during the Great Depression in the 1930’s, Viktor Kane, the mill owner, tormented and experimented on his workers. Countless workers lost their lives and their spirits continue to haunt the mill.

Construction has since been halted and the mill will open to the public for guests to experience its dark past for themselves.

Philadelphia’s newest Haunted Attraction

Coming to Manayunk Fall 2022

On September 2, 2021, Hurricane Ida struck Philadelphia and flooded the Lincoln Mill to historic water levels. The flood significantly damaged the mill’s interior and revealed a hidden chamber located below the basement level. Countless bodies were found and a dark truth was discovered about the mill’s past.

Local authorities determined that during the Great Depression in the 1930’s, Viktor Kane, the mill owner, tormented and experimented on his workers. Countless workers lost their lives and their spirits continue to haunt the mill…

Construction has since been halted and the mill will open to the public for guests to experience its dark past for themselves.

4100 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
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4100 Main Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19127

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