Sure the nausea of a roller coaster or a trip down a wedgie producing water slide sound refreshing in the heat of summer, but no one’s really come up with an amusement park that connects with me as a zombie hunter. Until now! Pack up the family and your arsenal and head over to Taiwan’s Janfusun Fancyworld. Turns out that the Taiwanese are the first to figured out the critical ingredient in creating a zombie and monster based theme park. Violence.
In the Horrorwood section of Fancyworld (which hasn’t even been open a month), park visitors have been physically assaulting employees dressed as zombies and other scaries because of their realistic appearance. That’s right.
“We put up a notice warning visitors not to hit staff members who play ghosts, and ask them to leave hard objects like umbrellas and water bottles at the entrance to the horror house,” one park official, who asked not to be named, told the German Press Agency dpa.
I say pay the ghouls time-and-a-half, throw some hockey pads on ‘em and let the rest of us practice for the pending zombpocalypse.