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A makeup artist at Indy Scream Park shows off a photo of a giant fake bruise she made earlier in the park's season on Oct. 23, 2022. About eight makeup artists work together each night the park is open, led by head makeup manager Jodi Morgan.


A tub of goopy red makeup called "Fresh Scab" sits on a shelf in the makeup room at Indy Scream Park on Oct. 23, 2022. Jodi Morgan, the park's head makeup manager, uses Fresh Scab to transform actors into creepy zombies in just a couple of minutes.


Makeup palettes with names like "Death Wheel" and "Master Bruise Wheel" favored by Indy Scream Park makeup artists sit on a shelf the evening of Oct. 23, 2022. The park's makeup team applies fake bruises and other effects to about 140 to 150 actors each night the park is open.


The team of makeup artists at Indy Scream Park led by head makeup manager Jodi Morgan prepare and chat in the makeup room the evening of Oct. 23, 2022. Eight artists work together to transform more than 140 actors into zombies, clowns and monsters to scare park visitors.


An Indy Scream Park actor shows off gory makeup and tousled hair done by Jodi Morgan, the park's head makeup manager, before heading to scare visitors the evening of Oct. 23, 2022. Morgan used Fresh Scab, a goopy red makeup, to quickly apply fake gashes to the actor's face.


Jodi Morgan, head makeup manager at Indy Scream Park, poses next to the makeup trailer where she transforms actors into monsters each night on Oct. 23, 2022. Morgan has worked at the park since it first opened in 2010.


A masked clown poses after getting in costume the evening of Oct. 23, 2022, at Indy Scream Park. Jodi Morgan, the park's head makeup manager, said her team applies dark makeup around the eyes of actors who wear masks to make them look more realistic.


A masked clown poses after getting ready to walk around and scare visitors at Indy Scream Park the evening of Oct. 23, 2022. Many of the park's actors spend their night shift scaring visitors inside several haunted house routes, while others walk around the food court area, interacting with guests.


An actor at Indy Scream Park poses with gory makeup applied by the park's makeup team on Oct. 23, 2022. Actors cycle through the makeup trailer, grouped by the type of makeup they need, such as zombies, maniacs, doctors and clowns.

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