Allen Fisher found out he had severe liver failure two years ago. By the time the doctors diagnosed him with liver cirrhosis, his condition had worsened to Stage 4. Following his diagnosis, Fisher, his wife Jessica, and their four children decided to complete his bucket list items and document it on TikTok. Fisher did not think after his diagnosis that he would make it to see if favorite holiday, Halloween. The haunted houses in his hometown of Des Monies, Iowa, were inaccessible to Fisher because of his condition. FearFest manager, Dana Green, saw the Fisher's TikTok videos and invited them to FearFest Columbia to check off one of his bucket list items, to perform in a Haunted House. FearFest is one of the few haunted houses in the United States that make sure their facilities are accessible for customers and employees. Halim Mavrakis is a first year performer at FearFest Columbia. At 24, Mavrakis was diagnosed with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder, a condition that affects nerves in the arms and legs. Shortly after his diagnosis, Mavrakis began using a wheelchair. Mavrakis character "Wheels" sits in the corner of the Hawthorn State Asylum. The asylum's doctor tried to cure "Wheels" by putting him in an electric chair. "Wheels" is the first of many creepy character inside the haunted house. This photo essay shares the stories and Fisher and Mavrakis and how one haunted house in mid-Missouri is working to create an accessible environment for performers and attendees. This story was published by the Columbia Missourian on Oct. 27, 2021.