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This is about the Boiler Room of the A Nightmare on Elm Street film series. If you are looking for one or more other versions of the Boiler Room, please check Boiler Room (disambiguation).

The Boiler Room is a part of the Power Plant that Freddy Krueger worked at before he was arrested.

It is described as being assessable to the outside via and door.

Marge Thompson states in A Nightmare on Elm Street that it was no longer in use by the Power Plant, even when pre-death Freddy Krueger was taking his pre-death victims there to murder them.


It has several levels, connected by various stairs and ladders.

It has a hallway next to it. (Seen in Tina Gray's nightmare at the beginning of A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984 film)).

Freddy Krueger took many, if not all, of his pre-death victims, many of, if not all of, whom were younger than teenage children, there to murder them, and possibly do other things to them as well. (It is implied in some of the films he killed some of them at other locations. It is also implied in some of the films that some of them were teenagers.)

Apparently, he lived there at one time. Freddy vs. Jason shows it having a bed and curtains on a window.

He was burned to death by an angry mob here.

He was arguably burned to death a second time there, by Jesse Walsh, in A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge.

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