This season I had the good fortune to attend various haunts for research purposes. The most notable were The Edge of Hell, and The Beast in Kansas City, MO.

These are nationally known haunts... so my question is this, how do they get away with so many ADA infractions?

Examples: a spinning cylinder you crawl through, multiple crooked floors, floors that drop and shake, super tight walls (under 3 feet), and multiple crawlspaces. They are multifloor haunts and so you had to go up and down stairs as well.

How are they able to do this?

Also there were areas that were PITCH black; you had to feel the walls to navigate.

I've seen alot on here about having to be ADA compliant, so please give your opinion on how they can do all this.

Thank you.

Scott