PHOENIX - The 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix is open for business through Halloween.
It has six different themes: visitors will walk through zombieland, an asylum, haunted mansion, graveyard, tilt room, and pirates ship.
Roughly 110 costumed workers will creep, run, and pop out of wall cutouts, coffins, and other props. Daniel McCullough, the owner and former construction worker, designed the sets.
McCullough says his inspiration came from movies and video games. Zombieland looks like a scene out of Resident Evil, he said.
The attraction is open for business through Halloween. It's a 60,000 sq. ft. building.
The 13th Floor operated in several states for the past ten years. This is the first time it is open in Phoenix.
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