[…] The attraction features political and religious statements, such as President Obama's head mounted on a wall. […]
[…] This year's talking point has been an upside-down, reversed American flag displayed above the attraction. […]
[…] Some other controversial components of the attraction include:
- A suicide via shotgun -- Ballinger inserts a shotgun in his mouth and pulls the trigger.
- A demon birth during which a pregnant woman is hit with a sledgehammer. The baby is knocked from the woman's womb.
- Scenes from the Sept. 11 terrorist attack projected outside the building […]
- Nuns bearing Swastikas […]
A Halloween venue in Ohio that held a “Swastika Saturday” the day a gunman opened fire at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh killing 11 said “we screwed up big time.”
Haunted Hoochie in Pataskala put out a Facebook promotional post that day referring to “Swastika Saturday.” The owner says it’s the traditional last day of the season when some actors paint swastikas on themselves. […]
I know everyone likes a good redemption story... but maybe we coulda found a better place to send these things... like, you know, the Roller Coaster Museum? Why are we excited about tainting Blue Flash and Blue Too with this sketchy-as-fuck PR nightmare of a place? Death may have been a far more charitable option.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A Halloween venue in Ohio that held a "Swastika Saturday" the day a gunman opened fire at a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh killing 11 said "we screwed up big time." Haunted Hoochie in Pataskala put out a Facebook promotional post that day referring to "Swastika Saturday."...apnews.com
I’m pretty anti-Haunt-censorship but holy shit guys, this is just so goddamn trashy. I can’t even begin to understand. It ain’t a good look. Not at all.