Why do some people like being scared?

Mental health counselor Fallon Wall explains what being scared does to the body.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (QC Life) - Halloween is Tuesday!

From scary movies to haunted houses, not to mention evil clowns to spooky ghosts, the season always comes with spooky or scary attractions.

Some people love the scary feeling not just during Halloween but all year.

Fallon Wall, a licensed clinical mental health counselor with Thriveworks in Charlotte, joined the QC Life team to help usunderstand the science behind why some people like to be scared.

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