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SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYPhiladelphia - September 27, 20131. Wide exterior of prison2. Medium shot of menacing prisoner3. Wide shot of deranged doctor and screaming patient4. Wide shot of woman applying makeup to performer5. Tight shot of woman having creepy makeup applied6. Medium shot of masks being arranged on table7. SOUNDBITE (English) Sean Kelley of Eastern State Pen - (transcribed below)8. Wide of prison hallway 9. Video inset with AP FILE PHOTO of Al Capone10. Medium shot of prison rubble11. Medium shot of performers in holding area12. Med-tight shot of performer getting finishing touches, removing mask13. Medium shot of clown character emerging from wall14. SOUNDBITE (English) - John Lauver, actor (transcribed below)15. Wide shot of guard 'scaring' patrons16. Medium shot of visitors wearing glow-in-the-dark necklaces17. SOUNDBITE (English) Raj Kumar, visitor (transcribed below)18. Medium shot of smoking gargoyle atop prison wall19. SOUNDBITE (English) Sean Kelley of Eastern State Pen - (transcribed below)20. Medium shot of guard jumping out at shrieking, laughing patronsVOICEOVER SCRIPT:AN ABANDONED PRISON WOULD SEEM CREEPY ENOUGH AROUND HALLOWEEN. ADD SOME DERANGED PRISONERS...(natpop)AND A MANIACAL DOCTOR OR TWO...(natpop)AND YOU'VE SCARED UP THE FORMULA FOR "TERROR BEHIND THE WALLS" AT EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY IN PHILADELPHIA. THE FRIGHTFEST IS BILLED AS THE LARGEST NON-AMUSEMENT PARK 'HAUNTED HOUSE' IN AMERICA. SOUNDBITE (English) Sean Kelley, director of public programming at Eastern State Penitentiary: "The building is abandoned, and it's beautiful, and it's eerie, and it was built to intimidate."THE PRISON IS CENTURIES-OLD WITH WALLS TOPPING 30 FEET. AL CAPONE WAS AMONG THE MANY INMATES HERE BEFORE IT CLOSED IN 1971. NOW, THE SITE IS 'PRESERVED' IN A STATE OF SEMI-'RUIN'. EVERY FALL, DOZENS OF ACTORS IN GRUESOME COSTUMES ROAM THE GROUNDS AND CELLBLOCKS THAT HAVE BEEN TRANSFORMED INTO THE STUFF OF NIGHTMARES. SOUNDBITE (English) John Lauver, Actor: "It's one of the best haunted houses to work at, guaranteed."PERFORMERS CAN SNEAK UP ON VISITORS _ BUT NOT TOUCH THEM. HOWEVER, THIS YEAR THEY CAN GRAB ANY BRAVE SOUL WEARING A SPECIAL NECKLACE INDICATING THEY WANT that EXTRA SCARE.SOUNDBITE (English) Raj Kumar, Haunted Prison Visitor : "it was good - much more nerve-wracking once you have the thing on and you know people are sneaking up on you." THERE'S ALSO THE QUESTION OF WHETHER THE DECAYING PRISON IS TRULY HAUNTED. SOUNDBITE (English) Sean Kelley, director of public programming at Eastern State Penitentiary: "Not everyone believes in ghosts, but certainly as you walk around this building, you would have to believe that if you would find them anywhere, they would be here inside of Eastern State Penitentiary." A FRIGHTENING THOUGHT INDEED, ANY TIME OF YEAR.Hannah Buchdahl, ASSOCIATED PRESS