Kevil Ghost Hunters

AKA. Kevil Area paranormal Investigators ( K.A.P.I. )


Eastern State Penitentiary




Eastern State Penitentiary In 1787, a group of well-known and powerful Philadelphians convened in the home of Benjamin Franklin. It took the society more than thirty years to convince the commonwealth of Pennsylvania to build the kind of prison it suggested; a revolutionary new building on farmland outside Philadelphia. This massive new structure, opened in 1829, became one of the most expensive American buildings of its day and soon the most famous prison in the world. The early system was strict. To prevent distraction, knowledge of the building, and even mild interaction with guards, inmates were hooded whenever they were outside their cells. But the proponents of the system believed strongly that the criminals, exposed, in silence, to thoughts of their behavior and the ugliness of their crimes, would become genuinely penitent. Thus the new word, Penitentiary.


Historic marker
Main Gate
Model of ESP
Guard Tower
Refurbished Cell
Refurbished Cell
Eye of God
Prison Cell
Green House
investigator in shower
The Hole (solitary)
Sign for The Hole
Sign for Al Capone's cell
Al Capone's Cell
Cell block 12
Visitation area
Notable Inmate
Punishment Chair
Exercise Yard


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What we heard: "Go Now." What we heard: (After investigator's questions) "God."



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