Finally, many haunted house attractions around the nation have found themselves the site of real death and fright.
A worker at Disneyland Paris was found dead in their Phantom Manor attraction back in 2016, while a teen performing in a haunted hayride attraction in Illinois was accidentally hanged while performing a gallows stunt for the show.
Back in Wisconsin AGAIN, some coffins donated to the Terror on the Fox haunted attraction came with some extra special contents according to WRBC:
“When we pulled the caskets out of the storage, that’s when we discovered there were skeletons in there. They are definitely medical skeletons; I mean, one skeleton is totally intact.”
Another real skeleton was discovered at The London Dungeon in England, part of the show since it opened in 1975. Examiners found that it was a partial skeleton possibly from the early days of anatomical research according to The Daily Mail, but the true horror is what happens next:
Now the skeleton has been found to be genuine, it must be licensed by the Human Tissues Authority at a cost of £2,000 a year.