Nightmare Factory, Salem's premiere scare experience, returning Oct. 5
When Kivo LeFevre goes out in public, he may not be immediately recognizable -- until he laughs.
That's because for one month every year he uses his laugh as a scare-tactic when he portrays Mr. Booger at the Nightmare Factory, the longest running haunted house in Oregon.
When the Nightmare Factory opened in 1987, LeFevre was one of the first student volunteers, and now he's the co-director.
More than 45 creatures and monsters that lurk in the Nightmare Factory will once again open the doors to willing victims for what co-founder Ed Roberts said is the scariest year yet.
"People know that we...