Moab Federal Penitentiary
Moab Federal Penitentiary
Owner United States Government
Employees Homeland Security Agents
Current Status Missing.
People Come Here For… Detainment

The Moab Federal Penitentiary was an expansive multi-level prison designed by the United States Government in cooperation with _company. The prison rested on sixty acres of government owned land in Moab, a remote and mountainous region of Utah bordering Canyonlands National Park. The prison was an enormous and fortified concrete structure containing both above-ground and subterranean prison cells. The above-ground cells feature narrow windows looked out over the prison grounds, and were known as Green Level, each progressive subterranean level is likewise color-coded, from yellow, to orange, to red. Only the most dangerous Evolved were detained on Red-Level, and are in sealed isolation chambers tailored to their specific abilities.

As of April 2009, the Moab Federal Penitentiary has ceased to exist. Where once a sprawling prison compound was settled in the Utah desert, there now lies an immense crater where the facility stood. It is unknown where Moab went, only that it disappeared entirely due to a massive temporal anomaly caused by unknown parties during an escape attempt.

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Seriously, Moab is just a crater in the ground and not even the government knows where the building went. Oops.


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