In October 2001 the government formed a secret interrogation agency that would not only aid in the ongoing war on terror, but completely end terrorist acts. Chosen to head the project was the foremost authority on interrogation tactics Dr. Charles Torturovsky. Torturovsky, a graduate of Harvard Medical, had just received a second Doctorate in Behavior Analysis proving him to be a genius in the art of interrogation and persuasion. Through the use of pain, deprivation, isolation and fears he could extract any information that he wished. The only problem was that the level of persuasion needed for this particular job required someone more ruthless and emotionless than himself to carry out the interrogations, so the agency decided that Dr. Torturovsky needed an assistant. They searched the prison system trying to find the perfect candidate. Then after months of searching a classified file was brought to Dr. Torturovsky. As he read the file a twisted smile formed on his face, because he knew that he had found his man. The prisoner known only as HEX had killed and mutilated over 50 people before finally being caught by police. The government, terrified of what he was capable of, locked him away in total solitary confinement without giving him a trial. After having him transferred to his facility he began working with Hex and teaching him the methods of interrogation. By using a form of hypnosis he found that he was able to control Hex and could keep him from going too far and killing the clients. Hex proved to be a master of persuasion and because of his size and brutality; he was able to break even the most hardened criminals.
In the summer of 2007 they received a new “client” by the name of Stephen Clark, who was known to hold valuable information about a certain terrorist group. Clark had been arrested and was on death row for the murder of 13 people, including his wife, three kids, and one police officer. He was tied to all the murders by his unique way of soaking his victims in gasoline and burning them alive. As Hex started the interrogation Dr. Torturovsky could tell that Clark was different from all of their past clients. There was a darkness inside of him that reminded him of the only other emotionless person he had ever met…HEX. Putting aside this fear of what this man was capable of; he allowed Hex to continue the interrogation. They worked for weeks trying to break Clark with no results. Clark vowed revenge on Dr. Torturovsky for the brutality he was suffering at the hands of HEX. Finally the agency decided that the attempts to break Clark were useless so they transferred him from the facility back to prison. Three days later Dr. Torturovsky arrived at work to find out that Clark had escaped from prison. Knowing what Clark was capable of and remembering his threats, Torturovsky rushed home to his family; planning to take them away and hide them from Clark, but he was too late. He arrived home to find his house engulfed in flames. As he entered the house, to save his family, he was met by Clark who doused him with gasoline and threw him headfirst into the flames. Dr. Torturovsky could feel the skin melting from his face as he stumbled out of the house unable to save his family. With the screams of his family still in his ears he vowed to kill Clark and anyone else who got in his way.
Two weeks later he returned to work, a shell of the man he once was. His love, compassion, and remorse had been ripped from his soul and replaced with an insatiable hunger for revenge. His methods of interrogations became increasingly violent and more about finding Clark than about getting the information the agency wanted. As prisoners started to die, the agency knew that he had crossed the line and decided that it was time to stop Dr. Torturovsky and return Hex to prison. Dr. Torturovsky however, had plans of his own. He smuggled Hex from the facility and they fled the state as fugitives, leaving a trail of tortured bodies in their search for Stephen Clark. The mental and physical scarring caused by Clark’s actions affected people all over the country, and as Dr. Torturovsky and Hex searched they found others who were just as cruel and sadistic as themselves. These they added to their number in the hopes of finding Clark quicker.
In January of 2009 their search for Clark lead them to a small secluded town in middle Tennessee. While traveling through the town they saw an old factory building and knew it would be their new masterpiece. With a new location and a new profession Dr. Torturovsky decided on a new name DR. TORTURE….
Recently, reports have been made to the local authorities of terrible screams and the smell of burning flesh coming from the factory, but none have dared to enter until now. The next move is yours. Are you willing to search through the darkness and mutilated remains to find out why they call this THE TORTURE FACTORY?!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The ticket holder understands that there are inherent risks when participating in an event such as The Torture Factory Haunted Attraction and assumes all risks and dangers associated therin. In consideration and acceptance of entrance into The Torture Factory Haunted Attraction, the ticket holder agrees to release the operator, it’s parent corporations, affiliates, officers, directors, owners, employees, volunteers and property landlord from any liability, harm, injury or death, cost or expense whatsoever that may arise directly or indirectly as a result of participation in The Torture Factory Haunted Attraction.
Where can I purchase tickets?
Tickets can be purchased at the box office. The box office is located at the haunt.
How long does it take to go through The Torture Factory.
How fast can you run?
Is The Torture Factory scary?
Some people scare easier than others. Fear is a relative thing. We make our best effort to get everybody but we also try to make sure that if you don’t get scared you will still have fun. Some Advice: If you come into a haunted attraction determined not to get scared, you probably wont. Relax and enjoy the show, a little screaming could be good for you. Also, if you don’t scare easily, bring people with you that do. Half the fun is hearing your friends scream.
Will I be touched?
The actors in The Torture Factory will not touch you. However, they do get very close. Occasionally you may brush up against their costumes or props. You may also come into contact with some of the sets.
Are there any age restrictions?
The Torture Factor is recommended for adults and teens, but kids under 12 may come under the supervision of a parent. Carrying of babies and small children is prohibited. There are no special prices for children and no refunds if anyone decides not to finish the haunt.
Is security provided?
Yes! We have a fully trained security staff that monitors the attraction, queue and parking areas. There is a least one armed off-duty police officer onsite at all times.
Do you offer group discounts?
Yes! Please contact us for group rates.
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