‘Doomocracy’ haunted house combines Halloween, election season

With Halloween and the election coming up in a few weeks, one artist decided to combine the two events by creating a haunted house based on the politics of the campaign.



Fright seekers can navigate through rooms that reflect dire issues facing the country today in what's being called "Doomocracy." 



Some of the issues include gun violence, climate change and race relations. 



The director of the program says unlike a traditional haunted house, visitors can't escape these fears once they exit.



"Doomocracy" will be open on weekends until Nov. 6, just two days before the election. 


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