Utah County scarers adjust traditions, practices amidst COVID-19

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Some sane adjustments have allowed Insanity Point to lower the fear factor at Thanksgiving Point but keep the scares just as potent.

Like haunted houses around the state and country, Insanity Point is changing the format of its haunts to adhere to state COVID-19 guidelines and allow for its doors to stay open for people to get their annual Halloween fright fix.

“When you start really looking and analyzing everything, you realize there are adjustments that can only be helpful and increase the safety, so we’ve tried to really, really look at that in-depth,” said Kamille Combs, marketing director for Cornbelly’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Fest in Lehi, where Insanity Point is located.

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