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Covid-19 Precautions
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This is a unique season for us all and we are doing our best to comply with all health and safety regulations/suggestions made by the local government and the CDC. We are doing everything we can to provide a safe and healthy environment for both our patrons and actors.
The following are a list of precautions we are taking:

1. We ask that if you are showing symptoms of illness such as fever, cough, runny nose, or fatigue, please do not attend the haunt. We will be happy to have you come another time. We have plenty of scares to last until you’re feeling better! We have also adjusted our ticket refund policy for this season to be flexible with adverse circumstances. If our haunt is forced to close due to government mandate and not able to re-open for the season, we will refund 100% any un-scanned tickets. Otherwise if patrons are unable to attend and desire a refund then a refund will be granted with a 15% re-stocking fee. (Please text 801 890 5335 to request a refund) Once a ticket is scanned there are no refunds.

2. While we highly encourage all our customers to purchase their tickets online (this is the most sanitary method), there will still be an option to purchase tickets at the haunt, but the onsite ticket cost will be $2 higher than online (cash or card accepted). We will be observing social distancing standards in the ticket booth lines.

3. All groups waiting in line will be required to stand 6 feet apart and markings have been made at 8 foot distances for the spacing. We have extended the line area to ensure that there is plenty of space to stand at a safe distance. We’ve also been decorating the line area and will have roaming actors to keep your nerves on edge.

4. The walking path inside the haunt has been converted to a continuous one-way walking path (mazes have been converted to one-way) and patrons will be asked to maintain 6 foot spacing between groups while walking through the haunt.

5. All hanging decorations such as curtains, camo netting, and erosion cloth have been pulled out of the walking path for this season. Crawl tunnels will be closed this year, and claustrophobia tunnels have been put in storage. This has been done so patrons can walk through the haunt without the need to touch anything.

6. Sanitizing stations will be positioned throughout the haunt.

7. Patron masks will be required and must cover both the nose and mouth at all times inside the haunt, NO EXCEPTIONS (not even for medical reasons)! We have video cameras all through the haunt, if patrons remove masks or don't wear them properly, we will eject that group from the haunt.
If you forget your mask, no problem. We will have masks available for purchase.

8. All of our staff and actors will be wearing face masks and nightly temperature checks will be done on all actors and employees before working. In addition all employees must fill out and sign a checklist stating that they are not experiencing symptoms of illness.

9. All touch surface areas such as railings will be regularly disinfected.

10. We have added UV-C "germicidal" lamps to air recirculators inside the haunt to clean the air in 10 areas of the building. High energy UV-C light with a wavelength near 222-260 nanometers has been used for many years in the medical industry to kill bacteria and viruses. In addition these lights create Ozone which has also been shown to kill viruses
Our 3-D area is light by UV-A lights (common blacklights) UV-A light is not as efficient as UV-C but it does have some effect on viruses. At the bottom of this page are some links about the effects ultraviolet light and Ozone have on viruses.
Interestingly the jacobs ladders and tesla coil in our science lab area are very effective air ionizers and ozone generators. It's fun to know that these amazing visual effects are also providing some protection from the virus this year.

11. The ventilation system we use in the haunt to vent chainsaw fumes is also helping to protect patrons this year. We don't use an air recirculating system. Instead fresh air enters through swamp cooler type vents in the roof as well as patron doors and is then sucked out of the building by powerful venting fans. In addition, all of the air for our pneumatic effects is pulled from air compressors in a separate area of the haunt and then all of the air exiting the props creates a positive air pressure that must then exit the building. Both of these air systems are constantly bringing new air into the building which then exits the building.

12. We have always loved our haunted animatronics, machines, and special effects. This year the machines also present a level of safety as they can't be sick or get sick. This year we have purchased or fabricated many new and amazing monsters and creatures to add to the scenery and scare effects of the haunt walking path. We now have over 150 automated characters or effects to accent our terrifying actor scares.

13. We moved our actor costume and makeup areas to locations outside of the haunt for this year. We wanted to be able to keep the actors distanced from each other as well as patrons so we re-purposed a 40 ft container and another structure specifically for actors.

14. We moved our ticket booth and concession area to structures outside of the haunt this year. Any concessions, snacks and beverages available onsite will be prepackaged.

15. Sadly, we feel we needed to remove the touch of death option for this year, meaning that there will be no actor to patron contact. This was very fun in the past and we'll hope that it's possible again in 2021.

UV-C Covid Killer tubes that we installed in the haunt this year
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Typically, viruses are small, independent particles, built of crystals and macromolecules. Ozone destroys viruses by diffusing through the protein coat into the nucleic acid core, resulting in damage of the viral RNA. At higher concentrations, ozone destroys the capsid or exterior protein shell by oxidations.
An air ionizer machine generates millions of negatively charged ions, also known as anions, that are electrostatically attracted to positively charged airborne particles and aerosol droplets.
These ions attach to floating particles and their germs in large numbers. As they become heavier they fall out of the air you breathe and onto the ground or nearest surface.
This scientific study found a negative ionizer offered “effective prevention of airborne transmitted influenza A infection” and “enables unique possibilities for rapid and simple removal of viruses from air”.An air ionizer machine generates millions of negatively charged ions, also known as anions, that are electrostatically attracted to positively charged airborne particles and aerosol droplets.
These ions attach to floating particles and their germs in large numbers. As they become heavier they fall out of the air you breathe and onto the ground or nearest surface.
This scientific study found a negative ionizer offered “effective prevention of airborne transmitted influenza A infection” and “enables unique possibilities for rapid and simple removal of viruses from air”.An air ionizer machine generates millions of negatively charged ions, also known as anions, that are electrostatically attracted to positively charged airborne particles and aerosol droplets.
These ions attach to floating particles and their germs in large numbers. As they become heavier they fall out of the air you breathe and onto the ground or nearest surface.
This scientific study found a negative ionizer offered “effective prevention of airborne transmitted influenza A infection” and “enables unique possibilities for rapid and simple removal of viruses from air”. below is a link to one study on how air ionizers protect areas from contamination.
Air ionizers


UV Lights and Lamps: Ultraviolet-C Radiation, Disinfection, and Coronavirus
Ultraviolet Radiation and SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus
Q: Can UVC lamps inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus?
A: UVC radiation is a known disinfectant for air, water, and nonporous surfaces. UVC radiation has effectively been used for decades to reduce the spread of bacteria, such as tuberculosis. For this reason, UVC lamps are often called "germicidal" lamps.
UVC radiation has been shown to destroy the outer protein coating of the SARS-Coronavirus, which is a different virus from the current SARS-CoV-2 virus. The destruction ultimately leads to inactivation of the virus. (see Far-UVC light (222 nm) efficiently and safely inactivates airborne human coronavirusesExternal Link Disclaimer). UVC radiation may also be effective in inactivating the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which is the virus that causes the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). For more information see "Q: Where can I read more about UV radiation and disinfection?". However, currently there is limited published data about the wavelength, dose, and duration of UVC radiation required to inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
In addition to understanding whether UVC radiation is effective at inactivating a particular virus, there are also limitations to how effective UVC radiation can be at inactivating viruses, generally.
Direct exposure: UVC radiation can only inactivate a virus if the virus is directly exposed to the radiation. Therefore, the inactivation of viruses on surfaces may not be effective due to blocking of the UV radiation by soil, such as dust, or other contaminants such as bodily fluids. Dose and duration: UVC radiation is commonly used inside air ducts to disinfect the air. This is the safest way to employ UVC radiation because direct UVC exposure to human skin or eyes may cause injuries, and installation of UVC within an air duct is less likely to cause exposure to skin and eyes.
There have been reports of skin and eye burns resulting from improper installation of UVC lamps in rooms that humans can occupy.
Q: Can UVB or UVA radiation inactivate the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus?
A: UVB and UVA radiation is expected to be less effective than UVC radiation at inactivating the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
UVB: There is some evidence that UVB radiation is effective at inactivating other SARS viruses (not SARS-CoV-2). However, it is less effective than UVC at doing so and is more hazardous to humans than UVC radiation because UVB radiation can penetrate deeper into the skin and eye. UVB is known to cause DNA damage and is a risk factor in developing skin cancer and cataracts. UVA: UVA radiation is less hazardous than UVB radiation but is also significantly (approximately 1000 times) less effective than either UVB or UVC radiation at inactivating other SARS viruses. UVA is also implicated in skin aging and risk of skin cancer.


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