I stopped by here a few days back to spend, spend, spend as I have made some good finds in the past. I had a camera with me and took a picture of an item. Completely unaware of a no photo policy, I took the picture in front of a staff member. Instead of polietly informing me of the policy, the woman began to rudely insist that I give her the camera. I told her that I was unaware of the policy, gave an apology but told her I was not leaving an $800 slr on the desk in a junk shop. This should have been the end of the story as I put the camera away but instead the woman turned and started telling another employee that she was going to call security. I took great offense to this as I was very polite and had already put the camera away. I told her that I was offended by her behavior to which she responded that I shouldn't be eavesdropping! Keep in mind she made the statement about calling security not even 10 feet away from me. I was going to leave at this point but we had driven 2 hours to get to this place and god knows, Frackville doesn't have much else to offer so we continued shopping for a bit until the ""manager"" approached me to tell me that I was not allowed to take pictures. The camera had been away for some time at this point and this step was just too much. I told him how rude his staff had been to me and how I had traveled for the sole purpose of spending money in this establishment. He began to quickly backpedal and sited ""Homeland Security"" concerns... basically accusing me of being a terror ist! The place is filthy, all the items are priced about 10% over ebay prices and the staff is just plain awful. Save your hard earned cash and go to Scranton's circle flea fair instead.
Pros: Some rare items
Cons: most sellers over price the items, staff rude