Portals of Fear
Portals of Fear is a Haunted Attraction located in West Mifflin, PA.
1 Majka Street, West Mifflin, PA 15122
Special Directions:On the property of the closed Resurrection Church
About This Attraction:
# of Attractions: 2
Min. Recommended Age: 6
In the shadowy heart of West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, a malevolent force known as Asmodeus lurked, his insidious presence lingering within the walls of an abandoned school. Asmodeus, a cunning demon of ancient origin, had discovered a way to tear open multiple portals that permeated the decrepit halls of the forsaken institution. Once a place of learning and enlightenment, the school had now become a twisted playground for the demonic entity, serving as a nexus for his sinister plan. Stories spread throughout the town, drawing thrill-seekers and the curious, little did they know that they would soon be plunged into a nightmarish journey, as the Portals of Fear lead directly to their deepest phobias, all orchestrated by Asmodeus in his relentless pursuit to ensnare their very souls.
Step into the spine-chilling world of Portals of Fear Haunted Attraction, an immersive and terrifying experience located in the heart of Pittsburgh. As Halloween approaches, the attraction comes alive with nightmarish creatures, hair-raising special effects, and a sense of foreboding that will leave visitors trembling with fear. From dark corridors to eerie landscapes, Portals of Fear promises an unforgettable journey into the unknown, where the boundary between reality and nightmare blurs, making it the ultimate destination for thrill-seekers during the Halloween season in Pittsburgh.
Portals of Fear is a 10,000+ square foot indoor Haunted Attraction located just outside of Pittsburgh PA. Opening in 2018 as a 100% charity haunt, we continue to grow and fund activities for the St. Thomas the Apostle Youth Group.
Restrooms/Porta Potties On-Site, Food/Concessions, Original Characters, All-Indoor Attraction
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