Before you head to the Edge of Hell for a scare this Halloween, take a look behind the scenes

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- For more than 40 years the Edge of Hell has been one of the most popular haunted houses because they know the secret to scaring people.

Created in 1975, the Edge of Hell has become nationally known through the years.

The Edge of Hell employs about 400 people. It has also helped reduce the crime rate in the West Bottoms since its move in 1988.

"It's because we have a love and a passion for what we do, and we really created the industry and the thing is it is a Kansas City tradition," Amber Bequeaith with Full Moon Productions said. "It's a Halloween tradition about celebrating the holiday, it's about family and about bringing your adrenaline that's what it's about."

 

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