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Artwork by Chad Schimke in homage to The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

THE SAN FRANCISCO DUNGEON

THE SAN FRANCISCO DUNGEON - Modeled after the London Dungeon, which features Jack the Ripper and the murderous King Henry VIII, The Dungeon at Fisherman's Wharf has a dark sinister feel. Halloween funhouse meets interactive theater in a series of mazes, hallways and gory scenes from San Francisco’s colorful Gold Rush past. The speakeasy saloon, a gang of thieves, an underground boat ride, a bloody backalley surgery, a Chinatown slum and a haunted Alcatraz cell are a few of the features contained therein. One vignette is based on a real criminal, James "Shanghai" Kelly, who drugged unsuspecting young men and threw them aboard understaffed ships. The Fisherman's Wharf attraction is located between Madame Tussaud’s wax museum and the Rainforest Café on Jefferson Street.








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