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Fear Factory

One of the most promising new haunts in Utah got off to a rocky start in 2011, but this year, Fear Factory is in full swing. With a naturally creepy location—a retooled abandoned cement factory with its own true history of accidental death—Fear Factory takes up an entire city block, making it one of the longest and most well-planned attractions around. Every possible space is utilized, and the staging is an impressive feat. With so much ground to cover, there was no way to center on an individual theme, so Fear Factory has a little bit of everything. Making sure that visitors never get too comfortable, the path moves from inside to outside and back again. It also takes advantage of a huge basement and high-rising sections throughout. The set pieces are all greatly detailed, and a lot of thought was put into each. The one drawback: Fear Factory seems a bit understaffed, with long sections of the maze where no one was around. Fear Factory strives to be a place you can spend all night, including a beer garden, live music and the Last Ride zip line. Not to mention a good place to get scared out of your mind. (Trevor Hall)

Date: Oct 20, 2012
Time: Times Vary
Address: 666 W. 900 South, Salt Lake City, 84102
Where: Fear Factory
 
 
 
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