The Complex Ethics of a Haunted House Starring…

A Halloween
attraction at a Utah mental-health hospital perpetuated stigmas but benefited

In 1971, Utah State Hospital organized a spook alley for
staff and patients, which then became an annual tradition. After a few years,
the hospital decided to turn the event into a haunted house fundraiser, one
that benefited residents but also perpetuated stigmas about mental health.

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