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Published on Oct 23, 2011
Eastern State Penitentiary was built in the late 1700's in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a prison that was designed to exhort criminals to repent of their sins. The only light inside of the cold, damp and iron-clad facility was a small hole in the ceiling so that inmates could look up to God, and the sole literature that was provided was a Bible for reproof and instruction in righteousness. It is also said that a preacher would often walk the halls of the penitentiary and his voice would echo and boom as he delivered his sermon.
However, while Michael Marcavage of Repent America preached the Word of God outside of the old facility, which is now utilized as a so-called "haunted" tourist site, some waiting to be thrilled by the terror of man manifested demonic spirits and began acting wildly.