After surviving its share of controversies, Campbell's Psycho Donuts is going strong and selling single giant, wacky donuts for the price of a dozen in other places.
At the shop at 2006 Winchester Blvd., it's always Halloween, says Kylee Walden, who has been serving there for three years.
After mental health groups objected, the store owned by Jordan Zweigoron changed some donut names (Bipolar and Massive Head Trauma became Mood Swing and Headbanger) and removed the straitjacket. He also got rid of the costumes people could pose with, not because of a taste issue, but because of a fear of lice.
The store is to donuts what Chuck E. Cheese is to pizza. It's a show, well worth the Starbuck's prices (remember when a cup of coffee was a quarter and didn't have some quasi-Italian snobby name?)