Utah October 25, 2017
Once You Step Inside, You Can Never Unsee The Horrors Of Utah’s Most Haunted House
Halloween is just days away…have you had enough petrifying, spine-tingling fun yet? If you’re in the mood for a truly frightening evening, visit this haunted house.
For the most terrifying Halloween experience, check out Fear Factory in Salt Lake City.
This haunted attraction hires and trains actors that know how to send chills up your spine.
Fear Factor also uses some of the best makeup artists and costume designers in the industry.
Once you see the monsters inside, you'll fully appreciate just how terrifying they are.
In addition to the incredible paid actors, this place may actually have real spirits lurking around.
The building was once occupied by Portland Cement Works. The company opened in the late 1800s. At least two workers were killed in the machinery here, in the most grisly manner imaginable. Paranormal investigators have confirmed that there is definitely some other-worldly activity going on inside this empty factory.
In addition to touring the Fear Factory in the dark, you'll have the chance to ride the Last Ride Zipline, tumble from the Fear Fall Free Fall, and experience Virtual Reality.
For an even more chilling tour, choose the Touch of Fear option. You'll receive a special glow-in-the-dark necklace that tells the ghouls inside that they're free to grab you.
Fear Factory is not suitable for young children or those with health issues like asthma or heart conditions.
Fear Factory is a popular attraction, so get your tickets early. To spend less time in line, you can choose a VIP ticket, which allows you access to a special waiting area with shorter lines.
Fear Factory is located at 666 W. 800 S. in Salt Lake City. It’s open from now through November 4th.
Have you dared to visit Fear Factory this year? Tell our readers about your experience!
For a family-friendly Halloween event,
visit Pumpkin Nights.