Accessible Places of Public Accommodations are not Impossible

From the Chicago Tribute

The website for Fear City features elements commonly used to advertise haunted houses — ghoulish photos, spatters of blood, a video featuring a disemboweled corpse and a woman being dragged down a dank hall by a pair of maniacs.

But one element on stands out: A rotating banner boasts that Fear City is ADA accessible, meaning that the facility follows the standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

In other words, Fear City welcomes guests with physical disabilities, just as long as they’ve got strong stomachs. The Morton Grove facility is one of a number of haunted places in the Chicago area that were made accessible to visitors with disabilities.

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