Skeletons pop out of the closet walls at four locations as a mother's voice whispers: "Steven, come home."
* Toy Room
Emerging from the closet into Steven's nightmare world, visitors step into a toy room filled with the playthings of a troubled child: clowns, skeletons,spiders and puppets.
Oversized babies with pacifiers and bibs -- some of them stuffed dolls, others with actors inside – fill the toy room in a nod to Cooper's 1973 release "Billion Dollar Babies."
Around the corner, visitors pass through a series of babies with glowing eyes hanging from ceiling.
Soundtrack: "Dead Babies"
* Guillotine Execution
In a surreal scene created in the style of the French Reign of Terror era, visitors pass a series of rotting severed heads impaled on spikes on the way to a guillotine execution.
A stilt-walking Executioner Alice character wearing French revolution garb and a Napoleon-style hat stalks visitors, setting up another scare by a headless character.
* Insane Asylum
Amid spinning red beacon lights and the smell of antiseptic cleanser, stilt-walker inmates roam the halls of Gordon’s Asylum for the Criminally Insane where visitors encounter a Mad Doctor Alice character.
Soundtrack: "Inmates (We're All Crazy)"
* Electric Chair
A flirty and sexy nurse shocks an inmate in an electric chair. Graffiti scrawled on the walls references Alice Cooper songs and lyrics.
Soundtrack: "Nurse Rosetta"
The Sick Thing zombie characters pop out of a dozen coffin drawers in the confining morgue scene. At the end of the hall, a Sick Thing who appears to be kissing the sexy nurse from the previous scene reveals he is actually gnawing on her face just as "blood" sprays visitors in the face.