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Faces of fear at Canadian 'haunted house'

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These are the oddly hilarious faces of spooked visitors at the Nightmares Fear Factory in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. The house is said to stand on the site of a former coffin factory where, legend has it, the owner was killed when a stack of caskets fell on him. Visitors are photographed at the moment they spot what seems to be a car full of ghosts about to run them over. The attraction is said to be so frightening that visitors have a safety word - 'nightmares' - which they can utter at any time to be escorted out.

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Hahaha.

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Priceless

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I've been there!

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This has just made me feel better this morning - so funny! I bet it really is horrid in there though.

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2, 3, and 5, are absolutely hilarious!

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Lol awesome 5 is great. Its weird how people react. You can see the flight vs fight response in the photos.

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I dunno, seems crazy to know ahead that something not real will scare you badly and still when happening is coming as surprise.

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