When my oldest son was very young I would take him to see a variety of popular movies in the theaters. On the way home we would discuss the movie, break it down as to what he liked, didn't like and why? And why the movie maker did the things that he did ?
Under these conditions he was exposed to things and ideas that many children his young age would not be alowed to see or contemplate for another 10 or 15 years, normally speaking.
Almost anything can be artistically shown and thought about if you take the time to do it right, and of course you know your audience.
I seem to think that the majority of people's haunted experiences will not see such time or effort taken though, it's just the nature of volume experience-businesses.
Therein lies the real problem.
I don't do gorey scenes here or copy Hollywood monsters or movie sets.
On the other hand, this is an old , haunted house, historically speaking.
In the meantime I attempt to entertain with humor, adult humor, and startles that hopefully elict laughter immeadiately after the intitial jerk, jump or scream.
I have mis-read people or groups and I apologise quickly and change my direction of the presentation. I need to stay financially viable in this business of mine, it's all I have.
The most objectionable thing here visually would probably be the Nazi-Babe room, mythilogical creatuers from the pages of 1950's Men's magazines mixing sexual desire(Teasing?) with sado-masochistic implied impulses.
If the Nazis weren't "Monsters" in the trueset definition of the word, then slap me and call me Sally!
Come here to see "Monsters"? There you go.
Come see the monsters, lest we forget.
Do what you are comfortable with.
If you have to spend too much time defending your choices......?