Partnering with the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton and directed by Jeff Keeling (above), Madhaunter's Madhouse at Old Lorton Workhouse Prison is designed to breathe life into the worst fears of each brave soul who enters.

Look out Fairfax County, there’s a new haunted attraction this year, and it’s not a house or a forest—it’s a haunted prison.

After designing terrifying attractions for 15 years on the west coast, locally famous haunter Jeff Keeling has brought his mayhem back to Northern Virginia where it originated over 25 years ago.

Keeling is perhaps best known for his Track of Terror at Laurel Park in Md.

In 2013, Keeling created Madhaunter’s Madhouse--an all indoor haunted attraction in Sterling that he said “was designed to bring life to your darkest fears.”

Now new in 2016, Keeling has partnered with the Workhouse Arts Center to bring vision to the old Lorton Workhouse Prison.

“This partnership will bring the most terrifying haunted attraction to life right in the center of the DMV,” Keeling said. “This new attraction will provide nightmares for all those brave enough to enter.”

Madhaunter's Madhouse

9518 Workhouse Rd.

Lorton, Va., 22079

Open every Friday and Saturday from Oct. 14-31 from 7 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.

Tickets: $20

For more information, call 702-499-9613 or visit www.madhaunter.com

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