Sex trafficking is a horrific problem that happens in the shadows, in places we’d never suspect, and in numbers bigger than most of us would ever imagine. And, most shockingly, it’s happening all around us, in suburban Atlanta. Yet, due to the sensitivity of the subject, it’s an issue that gets less coverage and has less awareness than the problem demands.
Our Suburban Horror Story project educates people on how to identify and help prevent sex trafficking. Through an immersive theatrical experience, visitors get a taste of what this illegal industry entails, and what victims endure. Viewers should be disturbed by the very real things they’re seeing, no special effects or artificial sounds needed. It’s a living museum where visitors are also able to experience the house online and use their voice to demand an end to this shocking reality. Despite how awful the problem is, there is hope.