NEW YORK (WABC) -- There's a controversial haunted house in Manhattan. The house features gruesome depictions based on real-life serial killers. Families of their victims are outraged and offended.
Sometimes a true story is the spookiest of all. That's what Timothy Haskell was going for when he designed "Killers: A Nightmare Haunted House" on the Lower East Side.
"They're bogeymen. To me they're monsters, scary, terrifying and awful," Haskell said. So the house comes "alive" so to speak with actors playing the real serial killers and the spooky things associated with them.
But unfortunately, not everyone sees this as art.
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