By Chau Tu at Motherboard
Deep in the basement of Pittsburgh’s haunted house attraction Scarehouse, Death awaits. Standing next to a coffin dressed in his large black coat, scythe in hand, he explains that you must meet your fate—either you or your companion must be buried. Suddenly, you’re whisked into the satin-lined box, the door shut above you. Your companion is dragged away, nowhere to be heard. You’re alone. There’s no way out. All is black inside the coffin.
No, this is not a normal haunted house.
That is, Scarehouse also happens to be the undercover laboratory of sociologist Margee Kerr.