It is always best to obtain information about any denomination by going to the fountainhead rather than jumping up and down in a place where the stream has been muddied by irreverent vandals.
Mormons temples are constructed so that sacred ordinances can be performed and sacred promises or covenants are made between individuals and God.
There are no bakers hats, unless your baker is an eccentric, and no chanting, not even Gregorian chants as there are in other churches.
The individual attending these temples are instructed in the origin of the earth and man's place in it in relation to Deity, and is instructed how to remain walking hand in hand with Jesus Christ in the bonds of covenant.
Mormons believe in the eternal nature of marriage and family, and they are sealed as families in the temple in a very beautiful and sacred ceremony.
Nothing evil, dark, Satanic, or untoward happens in the temples, but the patrons, as they are called, are happy, inspired, and elevated by being reinforced in their faith through temple experiences.
There are no loud voices, no anger, no hostility, no criticism, and plenty of kindly assistance where it is needed.
The temple has been described by an Anglican researcher who spent time with Mormons for her paper, as,
"A place of peace and safety in a troubled world. A place where heaven and earth meet."