Valentine’s Day is usually all lovey dovey with flowers, heart shaped candy, and romantic dinners. However, for those seeking something a little more out-of-the-ordinary, Lincoln Mill (4100 Main St.) which debuted as Philly’s newest haunted house attraction this past fall will be converted into a dark twisted love story adventure.
Equipped only with a candle, guests will venture through the hidden chamber in the darkness. With a Valentine’s Day twist, this blackout experience will heighten your senses as you encounter the mill’s inhabitants and the ghost of Viktor’s Valentine.
Who is Viktor you ask? Well according to Lincoln Mill “The Legend of Viktor’s Valentine” is as follows, “In the 1930s, Viktor Kane had several accomplices that helped him carry out his evil acts. One of them loved Viktor, but developed a deep resentment towards him. She wanted the pain to stop and so she came up with a plan to take down his operation.
On February 14th, 1939, she left a trail of hearts inside the hidden chamber. At the end of the trail, she revealed herself; greeted Viktor with a kiss, and then stabbed him in the heart. She then took her own life, wanting to be free of her guilt, her body, and to be with Viktor forever…”
This one day only haunted Valentine adventure will take place February 11th from 6:30-10 pm. Tickets are $20 for 1 ticket and $45 for couples and includes t-shirts. Time slots are 6:15 pm – 8 pm, 8-9 pm, and 9-10 pm. Tickets are available here.