At the Basement, part of the ScareHouse near Pittsburgh, hoods are placed over visitors’ faces. Visitors, who must be at least 18, sign a waiver and are given a “safe word” that they can say to stop activities if they are too much.
At the Basement, part of the ScareHouse near Pittsburgh, hoods are placed over visitors’ faces. Visitors, who must be at least 18, sign a waiver and are given a “safe word” that they can say to stop activities if they are too much. Rachellyn Schoen The Associated Press
At the Basement, part of the ScareHouse near Pittsburgh, hoods are placed over visitors’ faces. Visitors, who must be at least 18, sign a waiver and are given a “safe word” that they can say to stop activities if they are too much. Rachellyn Schoen The Associated Press

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