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World’s First Star Wars Themed Haunted House to Debut in Philadelphia This Spring

We are getting scared this Spring!  The world's first Star Wars-themed haunted house to debut in Philadelphia this Spring.  Lincoln Mill Haunted House presents "May the 4th Corrupt You", a brand new Star Wars-inspired haunted house. Star Wars Scaring You This Spring Will the fourth be with you or will it corrupt you?  This is for the massive and passionate fan base who loves celebrating May 4th. "The Star Wars story and characters are so strong and have inspired me when writing the Lincoln Mill story.  I always saw our main villain, Viktor Kane, as having many similarities to Darth Vader, one of the greatest villains of all time." "In Star Wars, there is a constant clash between good and evil and the evil force is constantly striving to spread its influence.  At the Lincoln Mill, Viktor Kane and his allies were corrupted by an evil force in the 1930s which led them to the dark side." Star Wars Fans This Is For You During the exclusive outing, guests will venture through the hidden chamber that has been changed to ultraviolet light, giving the attraction a cosmic feel. The soundtrack has also been changed featuring cinematic music but with a dark, horror twist.  The character make-up and costuming will also be unique for this event featuring Sith-inspired make-up,  black Sith robes, and more! Lincoln Mill is located on Main Street Manayunk and is within a short walking distance of many great restaurants and bars.  It's a perfect reason to plan a fun night out - eating, drinking, and getting scared.  Plus it's fun for family, friends, or even a solo trip. Tickets are on sale now and selling fast at www.lincolnmillhaunt.com for $32 each and $55 for VIP tickets. Fore more information regarding the story and for promotional offerings, Visit lincolnmillhaunt.com and follow them on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Tik Tok! [select-listicle listicle_id="288068" syndication_name="11-moments-lincoln-financial-field" description="yes"]

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