We realize that the Halloween season entails routine exposure to gruesome and disturbing images. But even when dabbling in exploded eyeballs and spilled intestines, it’s implied that good taste will still be exercised.
King’s Island in Cincinnati didn’t get the memo.
The amusement park’s Halloween Haunt initially included the scene of the Steve McNair murder.
But the Halloween Haunt display doesn’t open until Friday. And, according to Clay Travis of FanHouse, the McNair murder scene won’t be part of it, thanks to the uproar that arose after video of the display emerged via a sneak peek of the Halloween Haunt experience emerged via WLWT in Cincinnati.
“There will not be a scene at our Halloween event that features Steve McNair or anyone that resembles him,” said Kings Island spokesperson Don Helbig.
Meanwhile, teenagers throughout the country now have been given a new idea for trick-or-treating costumes.